Digital filter design techniques
England, Janine V.
Strum, Robert D.
Kirk, Donald E.
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An overview and investigation of the more popular digital filter design techniques are presented, with the intent of providing the filter design engineer a complete and concise source of information. Advantages and disadvantages of the various techniques are discussed, and extensive design examples used to illustrate their application to specific design problems. Both IIR (Butterworth, Chebyshev and elliptic), and FIR (Fourier coefficient design, windows and frequency sampling) design methods are featured, as well as, the Optimum FIR Filter Design Program of Parks and McClellan, and the Minimum p - Error IIR Filter Design Method of Deczky.
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