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Introduction
1.1 INTRODUCTION
1.2 APPLICATIONS OF DSP
1.3 DISCRETE-TIME SIGNALS
1.3.1 Modeling and Properties of Discrete-Time Signals
1.3.2 Unit Pulse Function
1.3.3 Constant Sequence
1.3.4 Unit Step Function
1.3.5 Real Exponential Function
1.3.6 Complex Exponential Function
1.4 HISTORY OF FILTER DESIGN
1.5 ANALOG AND DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
1.5.1 Operation of a Mobile Phone Network
1.6 SUMMARY
PROBLEMS
REFERENCES
Time-Domain Analysis and z Transform
2.1 A LINEAR, TIME-INVARIANT SYSTEM
2.1.1 Models of the Discrete-Time System
2.1.2 Recursive Algorithm
2.1.3 Convolution Sum
2.2 z TRANSFORM THEORY
2.2.1 Definition
2.2.2 Zero Input and Zero State Response
2.2.3 Linearity of the System
2.2.4 Time-Invariant System
2.3 USING z TRANSFORM TO SOLVE DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS
2.3.1 More Applications of z Transform
2.3.2 Natural Response and Forced Response
2.4 SOLVING DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS USING THE CLASSICAL METHOD
2.4.1 Transient Response and Steady-State Response
2.5 z TRANSFORM METHOD REVISITED
2.6 CONVOLUTION REVISITED
2.7 A MODEL FROM OTHER MODELS
2.7.1 Review of Model Generation
2.9 SOLUTION USING MATLAB FUNCTIONS
2.10 SUMMARY
3.2 THEORY OF SAMPLING
3.2.1 Sampling of Bandpass Signals
3.3 DTFT AND IDTFT
3.3.1 Time-Domain Analysis of Noncausal Inputs
3.3.2 Time-Shifting Property
3.3.3 Frequency-Shifting Property
3.3.4 Time Reversal Property
3.4 DTFT OF UNIT STEP SEQUENCE
3.4.1 Differentiation Property
3.4.2 Multiplication Property
3.4.3 Conjugation Property
3.4.4 Symmetry Property
3.5 USE OF MATLAB TO COMPUTE DTFT
3.6 DTFS AND DFT
3.6.1 Introduction
3.6.2 Discrete-Time Fourier Series
3.6.3 Discrete Fourier Transform
3.6.4 Reconstruction of DTFT from DFT
3.6.5 Properties of DTFS and DFT
3.7 FAST FOURIER TRANSFORM
3.8 USE OF MATLAB TO COMPUTE DFT AND IDFT
3.9 SUMMARY
Infinite Impulse Response Filters
4.1 INTRODUCTION
4.2 MAGNITUDE APPROXIMATION OF ANALOG FILTERS
4.2.1 Maximally Flat and Butterworth Approximation
4.2.2 Design Theory of Butterworth Lowpass Filters
4.2.3 Chebyshev I Approximation
4.2.4 Properties of Chebyshev Polynomials
4.2.5 Design Theory of Chebyshev I Lowpass Filters
4.2.6 Chebyshev II Approximation
4.2.7 Design of Chebyshev II Lowpass Filters
4.2.8 Elliptic Function Approximation
4.3 ANALOG FREQUENCY TRANSFORMATIONS
4.3.1 Highpass Filter
4.3.2 Bandpass Filter
4.3.3 Bandstop Filter
4.4 DIGITAL FILTERS
4.5 IMPULSE-INVARIANT TRANSFORMATION
4.6 BILINEAR TRANSFORMATION
4.7 DIGITAL SPECTRAL TRANSFORMATION
4.8 ALLPASS FILTERS
4.9 IIR FILTER DESIGN USING MATLAB
4.10 YULE–WALKER APPROXIMATION
4.11 SUMMARY
Finite Impulse Response Filters
5.1 INTRODUCTION
5.1.1 Notations
5.2 LINEAR PHASE FIR FILTERS
5.2.1 Properties of Linear Phase FIR Filters
5.3 FOURIER SERIES METHOD MODIFIED BY WINDOWS
5.3.1 Gibbs Phenomenon
5.3.2 Use of Window Functions
5.3.3 FIR Filter Design Procedures
5.4 DESIGN OF WINDOWED FIR FILTERS USING MATLAB
5.4.1 Estimation of Filter Order
5.4.2 Design of the FIR Filter
5.5 EQUIRIPPLE LINEAR PHASE FIR FILTERS
5.6 DESIGN OF EQUIRIPPLE FIR FILTERS USING MATLAB
5.7 FREQUENCY SAMPLING METHOD
5.8 SUMMARY
Filter Realizations
6.1 INTRODUCTION
6.2 FIR FILTER REALIZATIONS
6.2.1 Lattice Structure for FIR Filters
6.2.2 Linear Phase FIR Filter Realizations
6.3 IIR FILTER REALIZATIONS
6.4 ALLPASS FILTERS IN PARALLEL
6.4.1 Design Procedure
6.4.2 Lattice–Ladder Realization
6.5 REALIZATION OF FIR AND IIR FILTERS USING MATLAB
6.6 SUMMARY
Quantized Filter Analysis
7.1 INTRODUCTION
7.2 FILTER DESIGN–ANALYSIS TOOL
360 QUANTIZED FILTER ANALYSIS
7.3 QUANTIZED FILTER ANALYSIS
7.4 BINARY NUMBERS AND ARITHMETIC
7.5 QUANTIZATION ANALYSIS OF IIR FILTERS
7.6 QUANTIZATION ANALYSIS OF FIR FILTERS
7.7 SUMMARY
Hardware Design Using DSP Chips
8.1 INTRODUCTION
8.2 SIMULINK AND REAL-TIME WORKSHOP
8.3 DESIGN PRELIMINARIES
8.4 CODE GENERATION
8.5 CODE COMPOSER STUDIO
8.6 SIMULATOR AND EMULATOR
8.6.1 Embedded Target with Real-Time Workshop
8.7 CONCLUSION
MATLAB Primer
9.1 INTRODUCTION
9.1.1 Vectors, Arrays, and Matrices
9.1.2 Matrix Operations
9.1.3 Scalar Operations
9.1.4 Drawing Plots
9.1.5 MATLAB Functions
9.1.6 Numerical Format
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036-B. a. Shenoi-Introduction to Digital Signal Processing and Filter Design

036-B. a. Shenoi-Introduction to Digital Signal Processing and Filter Design

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