International Journal of Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing

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Volume 15, 2021

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Volume 15, 2021

Title of the Paper: Unique Analysis Approach to Bridge-T Network using Floating Admittance Matrix Method”


Authors: Sanjay Kumar Roy, Brahmadeo Prasad Singh, Kamal Kumar Sharma, Cherry Bhargava

Pages: 1297-1304 

DOI: 10.46300/9106.2021.15.140     XML


Abstract: The RC bridge-T Circuit are sometimes preferred for radio frequency applications as it does not require transformer (inductive coupling). The uses of the resistance-capacitance form of the network permits a wide tuning range. The article aims to develop a band pass filter's mathematical model using the Floating Admittance Matrix (FAM) approach. Both types of RC bridge-T network form the band-pass filters. The use of the conventional methods of analysis such as KCL, KVL, Thevenin's, Norton's depends on its suitability for the type of the particular circuit. The proposed mathematical modeling scheme using the floating admittance matrix approach is unique, and the same can be used for all types of circuits. This method is suitable to use the partitioning technique for large network. The sum property of all the elements of any row or any column equal to zero provides the assurance to proceed further for analysis or re-observe the very first equation. This saves time and energy. The FAM method presented here is so simple that anybody with slight knowledge of electronics but understating the matrix maneuvering, can analyze any circuit to derive all types of its transfer functions. The mathematical modeling using the FAM approach provides leverage to the designer to comfortably adjust their design at any stage of analysis. These statements provide compelling reasons for the adoption of the proposed process and demonstrate its benefits. The theoretically obtained equations meet the expected result for the RC bridge-T network. Its response peaks at the theoretically obtained value of the frequency. The simulated results are in agreement with the topological explanations and expectations.