DSP-chebyshev, Electrical Engineering

Consider Chebyshev Type I versus Chebyshev Type II (also called inverse Chebyshev) Ölters. Which one should be used based on the following criteria? (If there
is no difference between them, say so):

1. lower order to meet given magnitude response specifications;

2. qualitatively better amplitude distortion behavior in the passband;

3. greater elimination of unwanted spectral components in the stopband.
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