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Is Parks-Mcclellan algorithm guaranteed to stop?

Is there any guarantee that Parks-Mcclellan eventually stop? If so, is there any formula that shows number of maximum interations that ensure that the algorithm stops?
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How far can numerical differentiation be accurate for sinusoids?

Suppose you have samples of uniform interval of a sinusoidal signal that is some sum of sinusoids. Forget about aliasing, as the signal is bandlimited. If we have infinite number of samples at ...
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Arbitrary-Response Filter Design

I want to design a FIR filter by using 'cfirpm' function , which can i use the group delay and grid frequency, my code is : ...
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Filters using equiripple approximations (different from type I lowpass)

In Oppenheim & Schafer's Discrete-Time Signal Processing, only type I lowpass filters are explained in detail in the chapter "Optimum Approximations of FIR filters". I want to know what happens ...
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Effect of zero padding an odd symmetric FIR filter in the time domain

I have a symmetric lowpass FIR filter with 1149 time domain taps (all real coefficients). For implementation purposes, it would be easier if the filter had 1200 taps. Since it has an odd number ...
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Convert a Park McClellan FIR Solution to Achieve Stop-band Roll-off

Often it is more desirable to have a roll-off versus frequency of the rejection in the stopband; for example resampling filters where all the alias image locations fold into the first Nyquist Zone. ...
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FIR Filter Design: Window vs Parks McClellan and Least Squares

Are there any advantages to use a window approach over Parks-McClellan (further abbreviated here as PMcC) or Least Squares algorithms for FIR filter design of a low pass filter? Assume with today's ...
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C++ based FIR filter design using GNU Octave remez function [closed]

I am designing a system where I want a FIR filter coefficient generator feature. I try the remez.cc source file provided in the Octave Signal package. The source code for remez.cc is here. I have ...
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Does it make sense to recompute Parks-Mccellan on a per sample basis?

I'm thinking of using Parks-Mccellan for my equalization needs, but since I require that the filter be variable (gain, Q etc.) then does it make sense to recompute Parks-Mccellan on a per sample basis?...
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FIR Filter Design - input parameters conversion

I am new to DSP and filter design. I have developed a code in C++ to calculate FIR coefficients using Parks-McClellan algorithm. The inputs to calculations are: Filter type (Low-Pass, High-Pass) ...
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Parks-McClellan - compiling C++ code from Iowa Hills page [closed]

I am trying to compile C++ code for FIR filter design using Parks-McClellan algorithm from http://www.iowahills.com/Example%20Code/NewParksMcClellan.txt . However, I cannot find the following header ...
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How to manipulate attenuation in Parks MClellan algorithm?

I am using GNU Radio C++ source code in my app (pm_remez()) for generating FIR filters coefficients. Input parameters here are: ...
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Why is beginning of this FIR filtered signal attenuated?

I apply an FIR filter passing the band around 50/1000 and attenuating the other three frequency components 30/1000, 70/1000 and 110/1000. Both filters are generated using the Remez algorithm. The ...
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Is it possible to calculate a z-transform for a filter calculated with Parks-McClellan?

I would like to know whether this can be done and if then how would this feat be acomplished in Matlab given a filter calculated with Remez? h = remez(...); If ...
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Trying to apply Parks-McClellan optimal FIR filter design

My goal is to apply the Remez exchange algorithm in R to design an FIR band pass filter for a specific frequency window. The question is not supposed to be referring to R of course but about how to ...
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Chebfun versus Parks-McClellan

There is a Matlab-based package called Chebfun that (among other things) computes polynomial approximations of functions. See here: http://www2.maths.ox.ac.uk/chebfun/. I don't know anything about ...
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What is the difference between Remez exchange and Parks-McClellan filter design?

A question recently came up regarding Parks-McClellan and some of the comments point out that the wikipedia article on Parks-McClellan states, ...the Parks-McClellan algorithm is a variation of ...
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How can I design Nyquist interpolation filters with the Parks-McClellan algorithm?

We can easily design interpolation filters that obey certain frequency-domain constraints using the Parks-McClellan algorithm. However, it's not immediately clear how to enforce time-domain ...