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Digital Filter Design

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A FIR filter is derived from the impulse response of the desired filter and then sampled to convert it to a discrete time filter. The infinitely long impulse response must be truncated to be implemented. If the impulse response is nonzero for negative time (the filter is anti-causal) the response must also be shifted to the right until all of the impulse response coefficients are located in the positive time region.

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Publish Date: May 06, 2008
Created In: Maple 12
Language: English



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