The Butterworth filter has a frequency response which is as flat as mathematically possible in the passband with no ripple.
The Chebyshev filter has a steeper rolloff and more passband ripple (Type 1, "π" (pi)) or stopband ripple (Type 2, "T") than a Butterworth filter.
The higher the order of the filter (thus the more complex / expensive) the tighter the filter is to the passband.
Calculations will return exact figures, constructors will have to ascertain which available component values are suitable.
Order = 
Select Filter  
Centre Frequency =  MHz  
Bandwidth =  MHz  
Characteristic Impedance (Zo) =  Ω  
Chebyshev Ripple =  dB 
Type 1 "π" (pi) 


Type 2 "T" 

