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What is the minimum and maximum cutoff frequencies for the antialiasing filter for this ADC?

https://www.analog.com/en/products/ad9675.html https://www.analog.com/media/en/technical-documentation/data-sheets/AD9675.pdf It says in the data sheet that the Anti-Aliasing Filter has : "...
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How do Anti-Aliasing-Filters in audio signal processing work?

I am a little confused about the use of anti-aliasing filters. As on how I am confused, please consider the following task: Consider a simple sampling rate conversion system with a conversion rate ...
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polyBLAMP anti-aliasing in C++

How should 4 point polyBLAMP work. It does not really seem to dampen aliasing. I have an floating point digital audio oscillator that makes a +1.0f jump at the end of every period. My question is, ...
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Understanding anti aliasing filter

I'm working on a project for the university about the anti aliasing filter. I have a small audio file, which has a sampling rate of 22KHz. Now when I downsample it 8 times, the file sounds weird. So ...
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How can I implement a triangular filter in MatLab, given it's Z-transform representation?

I have to implement an anti-aliasing filter for a certain processing step in MatLab. While searching in literature for inspiration, I came accross a paper in which the authors wrote the following: ...
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What is the filter with the less phase shift?

I have to analyze a dynamic signal but there is too much noise so I applied low pass filter but then there is too much phase shift.So what is the most reactive filter I can apply to my signal ? Best ...
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Confused on application of Anti-Aliasing Filter

I have a question about the use of anti-aliasing filters prior to sampling a finite time signal and if they actually help anything. The point of the anti-aliasing filter is to remove high-frequency ...
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2x oversampling by inserting zeros?

I am making a digital filter. I order to avoid aliasing I want to oversample it x2. I am new to oversampling. But I read that you just insert zero inbetween each sample, and then apply a low pass ...
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Aliasing in digital communication system

In a digital communication system, is it possible to counteract the aliasing problem by properly tuning the constellation order $M$ and/or the carrier frequency? Here is my train of thought, please ...
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Why analog anti aliasing filter is used before analog to digital converter when there is already a digital filter after ADC?

Normal data acquisition consist of: Analog anti aliasing filter( Sampling frequency : $5\textrm{ kHz}$) ADC - Digital Filter - (Sampling : 200K samples /sec) Digital low pass filters Filters DAC ...
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Anti-Aliasing when oversampled

From a comment in another question I read a statement "In addition, the initial rate of 48kHz is already performing 6 times oversampling and therefore the subsequent decimation by 6 will not ...
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How do optical anti-aliasing filters work from a frequency domain perspective?

To prevent aliasing caused by the finite number of pixels on a sensor, a blurring filter is commonly used. How does that work from a frequency domain perspective? What is the transfer function of such ...
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Why is a square wave aliased?

I understand an ideal analog square wave contains sine-wave-components above Nyquist frequency (and towards infinity) and is thus subject to aliasing. So obviously we need an anti-aliasing-filter. Or ...
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Interpolation based on sinc function

I implemented an interpolation method in C++ based on this equation ...
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Does MSAA make sense in audio / 1d data streams?

In graphics, MSAA is a technique where you take multiple samples of something per pixel and then average the values to get the final pixel value. The image quality improves as a result, and its ...
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Confused about anti-aliasing in analog filters

I'm a newbeginner when it comes to signal processing. I'm reading up about anti-aliasing, Nyquist and band-pass filters. There's something I don't get: Anti-aliasing in analog filters. Lemme try to ...
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Anti-aliasing requirements for a Muxed Sigma-Delta Converter

It seems to be reasonably well accepted that Sigma-Delta ADCs have much looser requirements for the anti-aliasing filter due to both the noise shaping and high modulation frequency. However, it seems ...