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The LaVerne Terrace Low-Pass Filter

The original theory and the development of optimum LaVerne Terrace filters are presented. These filters are designed to provide the same degree of stopband attenuation as Butterworth filters, while exhibiting much less overshoot in the step response. Numerical and graphical data for filters of the fourth through ninth orders are included, illustrating the advantages of the LaVerne Terrace filter over comparable Butterworth and Bessel filters.

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JAES Volume 30 Issue 11 pp. 815-827; November 1982
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