gyrator filter

gyrator filter

[′jī‚rād·ər ‚fil·tər]
(electronics)
A highly selective active filter that uses a gyrator which is terminated in a capacitor so as to have an inductive input impedance.
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Adjacent-channel rejection is provided using tunable on-chip gyrator filters.
The on-chip adjustable gyrator filters can be adjusted by changing the value of the resistor connected between pin 13 and ground, allowing adjustment of the filters' cut-off frequency.