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A Bessel Filter Crossover and Its Relation to Other Types
One of the ways that a crossover may be constructed from a Bessel low-pass filter employs the standard low-pass to high-pass transformation. Various frequency normalizations can be chosen for best magnitude and polar response, although the linear phase approximation in the passband of the low-pass is not maintained at higher frequencies. The resulting crossover is compared to the Butterworth and Linkwitz-Riley types in terms of the magnitude, phase, and time domain responses
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