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Optimisation of the Transient Response of a Digital Filter

SADOVSKÝ, P., BARTUŠEK, K.

Original Title

Optimisation of the Transient Response of a Digital Filter

English Title

Optimisation of the Transient Response of a Digital Filter

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

The papers presents theoretical analysis of the method that enables optimisation of the transient response of a digital filter or of an arbitrary discrete system, by pre-setting the initial conditions of the inner state description. For a particular design of a filter it is enough to once evaluate coefficients, multiply them by the magnitude of the first sample of the signal and do filtration by using these initial conditions. The method was verified using the simulated, and NMR signals to maintain spectrum baselines correction, and will also by used for the study of an optimum filtration of the NMR signal with a variable instantaneous frequency.

English abstract

The papers presents theoretical analysis of the method that enables optimisation of the transient response of a digital filter or of an arbitrary discrete system, by pre-setting the initial conditions of the inner state description. For a particular design of a filter it is enough to once evaluate coefficients, multiply them by the magnitude of the first sample of the signal and do filtration by using these initial conditions. The method was verified using the simulated, and NMR signals to maintain spectrum baselines correction, and will also by used for the study of an optimum filtration of the NMR signal with a variable instantaneous frequency.

Released

01.06.2000

ISBN

1210-2512

Periodical

Radioengineering

Year of study

9

Number

2

State

CZ

Pages from

14

Pages to

17

Pages count

4

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT40427,
  author="Petr {Sadovský} and Karel {Bartušek}",
  title="Optimisation of the Transient Response of a Digital Filter",
  annote="The papers presents theoretical analysis of the method that enables optimisation of the transient response of a digital filter or of an arbitrary discrete system, by pre-setting the initial conditions of the inner state description.

For a particular design of a filter it is enough to once evaluate coefficients, multiply them by the magnitude of the first sample of the signal and do filtration by using these initial conditions.

The method was verified using the simulated, and NMR signals to maintain spectrum baselines correction, and will also by used for the study of an optimum filtration of the NMR signal with a variable instantaneous frequency.
",
  chapter="40427",
  journal="Radioengineering",
  number="2",
  volume="9",
  year="2000",
  month="june",
  pages="14",
  type="journal article - other"
}