Automated design of microprocessor-based digital filters.
Heilstedt, Martin Ralph.
Loomis, Herschel H.
Ross, Alan A.
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This thesis investigates the feasibility of automating the design of microprocessor-based digital filters. The ability of a prototype design system to successfully produce filter realizations is tested. General filter structures and programming algorithms are presented. Shortcomings in the current version of the design system are determined. Modifications are made as required to support digital filter realizations. The feasibility of filter generation is demonstrated using realistic examples taken from the literature.
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