Digital filters (Mathematics), Signal processing -- Digital techniques
This research report is devoted to an investigation of finite impulse response (FIR) filters and their implementation via windowing techniques. Analysis is restricted to those FIR filters that possess both a nonrecursive structure and a linear phase response. Initially an informative yet concise overview of FIR filters is presented. Some knowledge of "discrete – time" systems is assumed. Next, the concepts associated with FIR filter implementation through the utilization of window functions is developed. Analysis is performed in both the time and frequency domains. Results obtained define optimal window function criteria. The last design technique is devoted to computer aided FIR filter design via windows. The purpose of this section is to demonstrate the advantages of using the computer to solve the FIR filter – window design problem. An example problem supplements this section. Conclusions, along with a brief summary are documented.
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Simons, Fred O.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Horrigan, Thomas J., "Finite Impulse Response Filter Implementation via Windowing Technique" (1984). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4712.