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Forum: Analog Circuits Cut off freq of RC circuit


Author: Thomas (Guest)
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Hi folks,
I know that, in case of low pass filter, or high pass filter, the cut 
off frequency is equal to 1/2*pi*RC.
So how about if I have a R and C in parallel? does it behave as a low 
pass filter? does it have the same freq?

Thx,

Thomas

Author: Ina (Guest)
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>So how about if I have a R and C in parallel? does it behave as a low
>pass filter?

Without additional series element? No. Or is the input driven by a 
current source?

Author: U. B. (pasewalker)
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The voltage at the input and the voltage at the output are equal inthis 
circuit.

Author: Thomas (Guest)
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So if the R//C does not have any influence on the frequency, how about 
this circuit? How can we calculate the cut off freq of it?
Thanks

Author: U. B. (pasewalker)
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In the last circuit both resistors must be calculated as parallel.

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