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Is this FIR filter considered symmetric?

Sometimes you need to go back to high-school algebra (assuming you had a good math program in high school). The answer to "Is $f(n)$ symmetric?" is shorthand for "Is $f(n)$ symmetric ...
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Is this FIR filter considered symmetric?

The following web page will help you. Read the initial part of the discussion there and then pay close attention to the section titled: "Designing the Filter."
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Compress filter coeficients?

You could convert your filter to FIR minimum-phase, using the causal cepstrum method, and then truncate from the end. Minimum-phase filters have the energy of their impulse moved as early as possible, ...
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On FFT, interpolating signal vs extending signal in time

Interpolating in time causes Frequncy domain to scale completly, also the boundaries of frequency domain changes accordingly, since nyquist frequiency will be changed. On time extentioning, Nyquist ...
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Algorithm to "serialize" impulse responses

The answer Like Hilmar describe in their answer all you have to do is convolve the two impulse responses to get $$ h_{tot} \left[ n \right] = h_{1} \left[ n \right] * h_{2} \left[ n \right] \tag{1} \...
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Algorithm to "serialize" impulse responses

You convolve the two impulse responses. $$h_{cascade}[n] = h_1[n]*h_2[n]$$
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