Control Systems in Practice, Part 5: A Better Way to Think About a Notch Filter

This video describes an intuitive way to approach notch filter design by thinking about the problem as an inverted, lightly damped, second-order low-pass filter. Then, two additional poles are added to the resulting transfer function to make it realizable and to allow control over the width of the notch. This approach provides a little insight into how each of the terms in the transfer function contribute to the overall shape and location of the notch filter.




Part 1 - What Control Systems Engineers Do Part 2 - What is Gain Scheduling? Part 3 - What is Feedforward Control?
Part 4 - Why Time Delay Matters

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