How to choose stopband ripple and passband ripple of filter for High pass filter

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I am using high pass filter.
Data known:
Cutoff 10Hz. Sampling frequency 50KHz.
How can I choose stopband ripple and passband ripple ? Based on what criteria?

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Mathieu NOE
Mathieu NOE on 16 Sep 2021
hello
why not start with simpler filters like butterworth or bessel filters ?
. If you don't have any specific requirement for stopband ripple and passband ripple , here you can start play with that :
Fs = 50e3;
samples = 5000;
dt = 1/Fs;
t = (0:samples-1)*dt;
y = 3*sign(sin(2*pi*50*t)); % signal - adjust amplitude to your needs
% high pass filter : Butterworth filter
NN = 2; % filter order
fc = 10; % cut off frequency (Hz)
Wn = fc/(Fs/2); % normalized cut off frequency
[B,A] = butter(NN,Wn,'high');
y_filtered = filter(B,A,y); % signal (after HP filtering)
figure(1)
plot(t,y,t,y_filtered);legend('signal','HP filtered signal');
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Mathieu NOE
Mathieu NOE on 20 Sep 2021
well, choosing a filter means you know what portion of the spectrum should be attenuated ... what is the goal here ? are you not able to do your code based on my first suggestion ?
Fs = 50e3;
samples = 5000;
dt = 1/Fs;
t = (0:samples-1)*dt;
y = 3*sign(sin(2*pi*50*t)); % signal - adjust amplitude to your needs
% high pass filter : Butterworth filter
NN = 2; % filter order
fc = 10; % cut off frequency (Hz)
Wn = fc/(Fs/2); % normalized cut off frequency
[B,A] = butter(NN,Wn,'high');
y_filtered = filter(B,A,y); % signal (after HP filtering)
figure(1)
plot(t,y,t,y_filtered);legend('signal','HP filtered signal');

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