# Questions tagged [filter-design]

Fiter design is the process of designing a filter.

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### Is there a way to break an analog sound signal up and send it through two radio chips at double the data rate of one?

Here is a radio chip for audio that sends at a CD-level data rate. Could you sample an analog signal (for instance from a guitar pick-up or microphone) in such a way that you could transmit using two ...
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### Applying Discrete Filters

I have an exercise in DSP. I learnt about discrete filter but I don't know how to apply it to produce an output from an input signal. Please guide me to do this: Assume fundamental sample time is 1 ...
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### How do I manually plot the frequency response of a bandpass Butterworth filter in MATLAB without freqz function?

I have code like below that applies a bandpass filter onto a signal. I am quite a noob at DSP and I want to understand what is going on behind the scenes before I proceed. To do this, I want to know ...
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### FIR-Decimation and Low-pass filter (taps vs number of input points vs number of decimation stages)

I am new to digital filters and trying to understand parameters behind them. Scenario I am trying to get DC value from signals sampled at 100kHz sampling rate. such high frequency is used due to ...
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### First-order low pass filter with bounded derivative

Given a function $x(t)$ and a first order low-pass filter $\frac{dy}{dt} = \frac{1}{\alpha} (x(t) - y(t))$, is there a way to choose $\alpha$ analytically such that the derivative of $y(t)$ is bounded,...
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### Digital Anti Aliasing Filter For Waveform Band Limiting

I am working on some waveform generation software and I am trying to figure out what the best type of filter would be to use a an Anti Aliasing filter for my algorithm. I am generating my waves in a "...
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### Why multiplying frequency kernel with sinusoid results shifting frequency domain

I am having great time while reading "The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing" book. In "Chapter-14 Introduction to Filters" author indicates we can create high pass filter ...
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### Low Pass FIR Filter [closed]

I want to design FIR low-pass filter with the following specifications: Cut-off frequency: 200 Hz Order: 20 Sampling frequency: 1000 Hz what should be ...
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### Speaker Recognition

How can you filter out a person's voice from a group of people talking? We have a sample of each person's voice from the group, and the sample of the entire group talking at once. Both samples are ...
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### Filter design with 8-tap latency on recursion

I'm curious about the feasibility of designing a noise shaping filter (but might generalise to any recursive filter) with the constraint that the most recent output samples aren't available for ...
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### Given input and output time series, obtaining filter design

Say I have 5 minutes of input and output audio. One method I know is to do FFT on windows from input and output. Then divide FFT output into bins and find average energy in various bands for all the ...
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### Convolution theorem with a kernel smaller than the image

Suppose that I need to apply a convolution filter to an image. I want to do it by using the convolution theorem so I compute the kernel for the size of the input image to later calculate fft's and ...
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### Relationship between fractional delay coefficients and frequency?

Some background: I am putting a sig-gen signal through an ADC, into an FPGA where I can modify it, out a DAC and up to a SpecAn. All that works fine. I am experimenting with fractional delay filters,...
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### Filter pixels with respect to specific wavelength frequencies

I'm not sure if this is possible, but let's say you had access to the original raw sampled digital pixels from a sensor, captured with nothing between the sensor and the lenses, i.e. Anti aliasing ...
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### Why is state-space representation more numerically stable than zeros-poles representation?

Matlab documentation says things like: For high order filters, the state-space form is the most numerically accurate, followed by the zero-pole-gain form. The transfer function coefficient form is ...