Digital Filters

  • ID: 2183543
  • Book
  • 372 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This book leads the reader from introductory concepts of discrete time signals and the filters used to shape and use the signals all the way to the practice of designing filters that are optimum in the least square sense. The text also introduces its readers to the implementation techniques of the filters and the computation algorithms so that the computation load is reduced.

Digital Filters is suited for the practitioner, and can also serve as textbook for a graduate course. In the book the reader will also find software implementations of the filters using MATLAB.

A collection of about 190 problems and projects is available online ([external URL]

From the Contents:

  • Background and Introduction
  • Discrete Time Signals and Systems
  • Discrete Time Systems in the Frequency Domain
  • The Z–Transform
  • Discrete Filter Design Techniques
  • Computing the DFT
  • Multirate Signal Processing and Devices
  • Introduction to Stochastic Processes
  • Weiner Filters
  • Adaptive Filters

Please go to the book s catalogue entry on [external URL] for a collection of problems and projects.

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1. BACKGROUND AND INTRODUCTION

2. DISCRETE TIME SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS

3. DISCRETE TIME SYSTEMS IN THE FREQUENCY DOMAIN

4. THE Z–TRANSFORM

5. DISCRETE FILTER DESIGN TECHNIQUES

6. COMPUTING THE DFT

7. MULTIRATE SIGNAL PROCESSING AND DEVICES

8. INTRODUCTION TO STOCHASTIC PROCESSES

9. WEINER FILTERS

10. ADAPTIVE FILTERS

11. FURTHER READING

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Rajiv J. Kapadia
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