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Notes on the Design of Optimal FIR Filters

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Notes on the Design of Optimal FIR Filters
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Publisher: Connexions
Number of pages: 47

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Notes on the Design of Optimal FIR Filters examines how to convert a typical filter specification in terms of cutoff frequency, passband ripple, etc., into a reasonably accurate estimate of the length of the impulse response. The collection covers topics such as filter sizing, performance comparisons with other FIR design methods, and extensions to non-lowpass filters.

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