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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.
*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