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Phase response of of second degree differentiator

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I design a specific second order digital differentiator for a specific application where phase difference must be equal to pi over a specified frequency range. I use the following MATLAB prog. to determine the phase difference. Am I correct ?

[H,W]=freqz(B1,A1),
plot(W/pi,phase(H))

Specifically my question is, is phase response and phase difference are identical ?
 

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An inverting amplifier also produces a "pi" (180°) phase difference...
 

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You are doing right. But if your phase difference is not equal to pi. Than plesae cascade your system with a system having magnitude responce equal to 1 but phase compansate in such a way that you got a phase difference equal to pi.

All Pass System do that Easily
 
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