Implementation of comb filters by sampled analog techniques.
Freund, Bruce Richard
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The design of sampled analog filters using Z-transform techniques developed in digital filter theory is studied. Both recursive and non-recursive algorithms are implemented and analyzed. Some deviations from theoretical frequency responses are noted. An analog Fourier transformer is constructed by cascading a recursive comb filter and a non-recursive bandpass filter.
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