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once again,confusion between phase and group delay [duplicate]

Despite,reading up on this I'm unable to find crystal clear clarity on the differences b/w phase and grpdelay functions and interpretation of grpdelay's output. I have designed a low pass butterworth ...
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Allpass group delay formula and effect on Karplus-Strong

Some introductory questions: What is the unit of the group delay in a digital filter (is it samples?) What is $\Omega$ in the equations below (is it $\Omega=2 \pi\frac{f}{f_{sample}} ?) $ If I got ...
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Interpret group delay of a filter

I keep reading that a constant group delay over a frequency band is desirable for a filter. But a constant group delay means a linear decrease in the phase delay, which would distort the signal. ...
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group delay of an fir filter

suppose we have an fir filter: t=[-50:50]; x=[sinc(.1*t).*cos(2*pi*.15*t),sinc(.1*t),sinc(.1*t).*cos(2*pi*.3*t)]; using matlab command grpdelay(x,1),we observe the groupd dalay of the system. then we ...
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Converting from a phase response to a group delay response and vice-versa

I'm trying to figure out how to convert any phase response to the corresponding group delay response. Is there a way to do that, and vice-versa if possible?
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How to find the group delay of IIR filters in Python/SciPy

I sent a square wave signal (red) through a IIR filter (butterworth in this case), to make it more "realistic". Then there's a slight group delay in my output signal (blue). Is there a way to find out ...
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How can a filter have zero group delay?

If you put a wave packet through the passband of a 1st-order low-pass filter, it will be delayed by the group delay of the filter, and remain the same amplitude, right? If you put the same wave ...