Digital Filters: Basics and Design
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Covers everything, but still a little short The difficulty comes really as a by product of the sheer size of the knowledge base in this subject. There are now so many papers published on each of the chapter headings that perhaps most writing projects of this sort would end up in an interminable fog.But there is an urgent need for such books, now that almost anyone can afford a DSP development kit, and you can create the most astonish. "The best in the topic!" according to A Customer. This is the third book that I bought in digital filters within a short period of time. After I read the first two books, I did not feel comfortable with the subject. After I read this book in two days, I feel like I know which way to go. This book gives you the theoretical background, the design procedures, as well as implementation considerations. It seems that all my questions are answere. A Customer said Not good for engineer. This book may be useful for college students,I found a lot of theoretical analysis in it.But, if you are an engineer, and you want to find somethingto guide you to design a digital filter, forget this one.totally no help.
It briefly introduces to the theory of continuous-time systems and the design methods for analog filters. The explanation of techniques like oversampling and noise shaping conclude the book. The second, strongly enlarged edition of the textbook gives a substantial insight into the characteristics and the design of digital filters. With an emphasize put on the practical implementation of theoretical concepts, the book is a reference for advanced students as well as practicing engineers.. Time-discrete systems, the basic structures of digital filters, sampling theorem, and the design of IIR filters are widely discussed. The author has substantially updated all chapters and added some important topics like Allpass filters. The author devotes important parts to the design of non-recursive filters and the effects of finite register length
From the reviews of the second edition:“This second edition of the textbook gives a comprehensive insight into the characteristics and the design of digital filters. It is suitable for self-studying.” (Mikhail P. … The text is written very clearly and does not require more than the standard mathematical background material. Moklyachuk, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1231, 2012). The book may be very useful for students, postgraduate students, engineers and scientists who are studying and designing digital filters. Numerous worked-out examples and a large number of exercises are included in the book