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Convert Poles and Zeroes from Hertz to Radians/second

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Poles (in Hertz)
Zeroes (in Hertz)

Normalisation factorThe normalisation factor is calculated so that the value of the transfer function polynomial is unity at the normalisation frequency, which is typically 1 Hz.

If A₀ is given in Hertz, the corresponding value in radians s⁻¹ is,

A₀ × 2π(numberOfPoles −numberOfZeros)
, A₀, at 1 Hz: