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Passive Three-Way All-Pass Crossover Networks

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It is shown that three-way all-pass crossover networks cannot be successfully derived from two-way all-pass networks if easily alignable passive ladder circuits are to be used. New transfer function triples are introduced which do allow the ladder implementation of three-way all-pass networks. Detailed circuits and alignment formulas are given to show how the new crossover networks may be passively realized.

JAES Volume 32 Issue 9 pp. 626-639; September 1984
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