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An analog filter handles analog stimuli (e.g. electrical signals) directly. The most common variant is the electronic filter. Mechanical filters are analyzed and designed using the same mathematical methods as electronic filters.

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Analog I/O modules filter, isolate, amplify, and convert analog signals for use in thousands of test, measurement, and control applications.
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To ensure conformance with the generic filter described by equation 4, and to ensure that the last term equals unity, the first two quadratics have been multiplied by a constant.
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