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Author De Freitas, Joylon M
Title Digital Filter Design Solutions
Imprint Norwood : Artech House, 2005
Ā©2005
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Descript 1 online resource (481 pages)
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Note Digital Filter Design Solutions -- Contents vii -- Preface xi -- List of MatlabĀ® Functions xiii -- Chapter 1 Introduction 1 -- 1.1 Background 1 -- 1.2 Choice of Filters 2 -- 1.3 Overview 2 -- 1.4 Filter Coefficients 3 -- Chapter 2 Fitler Design and Implementation 5 -- 2.1 Impulse Response Funtion Hk 6 -- 2.2 Window Function Wk 6 -- 2.3 Truncation and Windowing 8 -- 2.4 Design Rules 11 -- 2.5 Filter Implementation 15 -- 2.6 The Low-Pass Filter as a Building Block 23 -- 2.7 Cascade Filter 30 -- 2.8 Decimation 33 -- 2.9 Interpolation 41 -- 2.10 Noise Consideration 43 -- 2.11 The Center Coefficient 45 -- 2.12 Summary 47 -- References 48 -- Chapter 3 Low-Pass Filter 49 -- 3.1 General Characteristics 49 -- 3.2 Filter Coefficient Quantization 55 -- 3.3 Aspects of Filter Coefficient Format and Layout 60 -- 3.4 Conversion of Low-Pass to High-Pass Filter 62 -- 3.5 Listing of Low-Pass Filter 62 -- References 124 -- Chapter 4 High-Pass Filters 125 -- 4.1 Filter Terminology 125 -- 4.2 Listing of High-Pass Filters 126 -- Chapter 5 Band-Pass Filters 197 -- 5.1 Filter Terminology 197 -- Chapter 6 Differentiators 309 -- 6.1 Introduction 309 -- 6.2 Filter Classification 311 -- 6.3 First-Order Differentiating Filters 312 -- 6.4 Second-Order Differentiating Filters 318 -- 6.5 Noise Consideration 322 -- 6.6 Conversion of Unity Gain Filters into Differentiators 326 -- 6.7 Charts and Tables 328 -- 6.8 Overview and Summary 331 -- References 387 -- Chapter 7 Hilbert Transformers 389 -- 7.1 Introduction 389 -- 7.2 Hilbert Transform Realization 390 -- 7.3 Phase-Frequency Demodulation Scheme 1 391 -- 7.4 DC Phase Errors 396 -- 7.5 Influence of Carrier Frequency Mismatch and Its Compensation 399 -- 7.6 AC Phase Demodulation 400 -- 7.7 Phase-Frequency Demodulation Scheme 2 406 -- 7.8 Introducing an Arbitrary Phase Shift into a Signal 411 -- 7.9 Instantaneous Frequency 416
7.10 Noise Consideration 418 -- 7.11 Filter Quantization 425 -- 7.12 Charts and Tables 427 -- References 430 -- Chapter 8 Conclusion 457 -- About the Author 459 -- Index 461
Take advantage of the widest possible range of filtering techniques and still keep design time to a minimum with this book and CD-ROM toolkit. The practical knowledge presented in the book enables you to take control of your projects, using the filter coefficients included on the CD-ROM. You get 260 digital filters that are ready to use and have been fully characterized in terms of their frequency response, step response, impulse response, and pass band characteristics. Performance parameters such as step response rise time, overshoot, settling time, dc accuracy, and those related to noise propagation through the filter have been tabulated to allow you full control of your filtering application
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: De Freitas, Joylon M. Digital Filter Design Solutions Norwood : Artech House,c2005 9781580537599
Subject Electric filters, Digital -- Design and construction.;Signal processing -- Digital techniques
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