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It's often easier to design FIR filters for compensating group delay. At the same time they could also compensate the magnitude if necessary. The easiest method is to use a complex least squares method, which boils down to solving a system of linear equations for the filter coefficients. The difficult part is to choose an appropriate bulk delay in the ...


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Your first step is correct. However, a signal which is discrete in time domain does not have a discrete frequency domain representation per se, as in theory the Discrete-Time Fourier Transform may be calculated. The signal spectrum would be discrete in combination with the Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) only if a finite representation was required. The ...


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