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above answer is correct. can you put matlab code here???


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Is my filter "reasonable"? I would say no. The time domain ringing time of your filter far exceeds the length of your signal, there isn't enough signal for the output to stabilize. Can I do better? Difficult to say. Filter design involves complicated tradeoffs between many different factors and the "best" really depends on the specific ...


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Direct-Form II is the canonical structure to implement an LCCDE, using minimum number of delay elements and multiplications. The input $x[n]$ is placed on the left, and the output $y[n]$ is on the right, complying with the signal processing conventions. DF-II structure, implements the poles (IIR part) before the zeros (FIR part), however this may be ...


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If you talk about a moving average filter then you only have a single degree of freedom, namely the filter length (i.e., the number of taps). Consequently, given the number of taps, the magnitude of the frequency response is fixed and the cut-off frequency is given. Note that you could also define the delay of the moving average filter as another degree of ...


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I sadly don't have the reputation to comment on Fat32's answer, but let me try to answer directly instead: the frequency response of a digital filter is always relative to the processing sampling rate. So if you design a filter with cutoff at 100Hz and 1kHz sampling rate, then you are really designing for a normalized cutoff frequency $f/f_s$ of 1/10 and ...


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