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4-3 Digital Filters: Analysis, Design, and Signal Processing Applications

English | 4 Feb. 2018 | ISBN: 0071846034 | 800 Pages | EPUB | 110.03 MB

Up-to-date digital filter design principles, techniques, and applications.

Written by a Life Fellow of the IEEE, this comprehensive textbook teaches digital filter design, realization, and implementation and provides detailed illustrations and real-world applications of digital filters to signal processing. Digital Filters: Analysis, Design, and Signal Processing Applications provides a solid foundation in the fundamentals and concepts of DSP and continues with state-of-the-art methodologies and algorithms for the design of digital filters.

You will get clear explanations of key topics such as spectral analysis, discrete-time systems, and the sampling process. This hands-on resource is supported by a rich collection of online materials which include PDF presentations, detailed solutions of the end-of-chapter problems, MATLAB programs that can be used to analyze and design digital filters of professional quality, and also the author’s DSP software D-Filter.

Coverage includes:

Discrete-time systems
The Fourier series and transform
The Z transform
Application of transform theory to systems
The sampling process
The discrete Fourier transform
The window technique
Realization of digital filters
Design of recursive and nonrecursive filters
Approximations for analog filters
Recursive filters satisfying prescribed specifications
Effects of finite word length on digital filters
Design of recursive and nonrecursive filters using optimization methods
Wave digital filters
Signal processing applications

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