An Introduction to Parametric Digital Filters and Oscillators

  • ID: 2182404
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  • 262 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Since the expansion of integrated circuits technology, digital signal processing (DSP) has become inseparable from modern electronic systems. Dedicated to the analysis of linear time–variant digital systems, this book provides a unique guide to the fundamentals, implementation and applications of parametric digital filters and oscillators.

An Introduction To Parametric Digital Filters And Oscillators presents:

  • An introductory chapter for those who need to refresh their knowledge of DSP.
  • Complex theoretical concepts and practical examples in an easy–to–understand format.
  • Alternative operation modes of time–varying systems.
  • Unique characteristics of digital parametric oscillators.
  • Numerous illustrations of how small changes in system parameters influence their properties.

This book is an essential tool for practising electrical and electronic engineers specializing in signal and image processing, control systems, radars, and navigation systems. Research fellows and postgraduate students will also find the practical examples useful.

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Preface xi

1 Introduction: Basis of Discrete Signals and Digital Filters 1

1.1 Discrete Signals and Systems 1

1.2 Discrete Signals 3

1.2.1 Time–Domain Representation for Discrete Signals 3

1.2.2 Presentation of Discrete Signals by Fourier Transform 4

1.2.3 Discrete Fourier Transform 9

1.2.4 Laplace and z–Transforms 11

1.3 Time Invariant Discrete Linear Systems 16

1.3.1 Difference Equation and Impulse Response 17

1.3.2 DLS Representation via Transfer Function 20

1.4 Stability and Causality of Discrete Systems 22

1.5 Frequency Response of a Discrete Linear System 23

1.5.1 Properties of the Frequency Response of a Discrete Linear System 25

1.5.2 Transfer Function versus Frequency Response 25

1.6 Case Study: Low–Order Filters 27

1.6.1 Purely Recursive Filters 27

1.6.2 Effects of Word Length Limitation 37

1.6.3 Transversal and Combined Filters 37

1.7 Summary 41

1.8 Abbreviations 42

1.9 Variables 42

1.10 References 43

Part One Linear Discrete Time–Variant Systems 45

2 Main Characteristics of Time–Variant Systems 47

2.1 Description of a Linear Time–Variant Discrete System Through Difference Equations 48

2.2 Impulse Response 49

2.3 Generalized Transfer Function 52

2.4 Signals Analysis in Frequency Domain 55

2.5 Sampling Frequency Choice for Linear Time–Variant Discrete Systems 59

2.6 Random Signals Processing in Linear Time–Variant Discrete Systems 61

2.7 Combinations of Time–Variant Systems 63

2.7.1 Parallel Connections 63

2.7.2 Cascade Connections 64

2.7.3 Systems with Feedback 66

2.7.4 Continuous and Discrete LTV Systems 68

2.8 Time–Varying Sampling 70

2.8.1 Systems with Non–Uniform Sampling 70

2.8.2 Systems with Stochastic Sampling Interval 75

2.9 Summary 77

2.10 Abbreviations 78

2.11 Variables 78

2.12 References 79

3 Periodically Time–Variant Discrete Systems 83

3.1 Difference Equation 83

3.2 Impulse Response 84

3.3 Generalized Transfer Function and Frequency Response 85

3.4 Signals in Periodically Linear Time–Variant Systems 86

3.4.1 Bifrequency Function 86

3.4.2 Deterministic Signal Processing 86

3.4.3 Random Signals Processing 89

3.5 Generalization of the Sampling Theorem 91

3.6 System Stability 95

3.6.1 General Stability Problem 95

3.6.2 Selection of Stability Criteria 96

3.6.3 Stability Evaluation 97

3.6.4 Stability of Parametric Recursive Systems 99

3.7 Stability of Second–Order Systems 100

3.8 Stability of Stochastic Systems 107

3.9 Summary 114

3.10 Abbreviations 114

3.11 Variables 115

3.12 References 116

Part Two Parametric Systems 119

4 Parametric Filters Analysis 121

4.1 Non–Recursive Parametric Filters 121

4.2 The First–Order Recursive Parametric Filter 123

4.2.1 Impulse Response 123

4.2.2 Generalized Transfer Function 126

4.3 A Recursive Parametric Filter of the Second Order 129

4.3.1 Impulse Response 129

4.3.2 Generalized Transfer Function 134

4.4 Parametric Filters of an Arbitrary Order 136

4.4.1 Direct Equation Solution 136

4.4.2 Equation Solution in a State Space 138

4.5 Approximate Method for Analysis of Periodical Linear Time–Variant Discrete Systems 142

4.6 Summary 146

4.7 Abbreviations 146

4.8 Variables 146

4.9 References 147

5 Design Studies for Parametric Filters 149

5.1 Recursive Parametric Filters 150

5.1.1 Frequency Response Correction 150

5.1.2 Multiplier–Free Filters 155

5.1.3 High–Efficiency Parametric Filters 159

5.2 Combinational Components in Parametric Filters 161

5.2.1 Evaluation of the Level of Combinational Components 162

5.2.2 Methods of Reducing Combinational Components 164

5.2.3 Comparison of the Combinational Components and Noise Levels in Digital Filters 167

5.3 Parametric Filter Design a Case Study 168

5.4 Summary 170

5.5 Abbreviations 171

5.6 Variables 171

5.7 References 172

Part Three Digital Parametric Oscillators 175

6 Digital Parametric Oscillators 177

6.1 Regions of Parametric Oscillations 178

6.2 Parametric Resonance in Digital Resonators 183

6.3 Approximate Method of Evaluating a Region of Parametrical Generation 189

6.4 Analysis of Non–Periodic Components 193

6.5 Analysis of the Periodic Components 196

6.6 Wideband Control Signal 200

6.7 Periodic Components Spectrum 204

6.8 The Transient in Digital Parametric Oscillators 205

6.9 Summary 207

6.10 Abbreviations 208

6.11 Variables 208

6.12 References 209

7 Parametric Oscillator in Steady–State Mode 211

7.1 Limiting Mode of Parametric Oscillators 212

7.2 DPO Analysis in the Presence of Noise 222

7.3 Modelling of a Digital Parametric Oscillator Using Matlab A Case Study 228

7.3.1 Non–Limiting Oscillation Mode 228

7.3.2 Steady–State Oscillation Mode 232

7.3.3 A Digital Parametric Oscillator with Non–Sinusoidal Control Signal 234

7.3.4 Frequency Synthesizer 236

7.4 Summary 239

7.5 Abbreviations 239

7.6 Variables 239

7.7 References 240

Index 243

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