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Computer program to calculate the filter parameters for spectral shaping

R. E. GagneМЃ

Computer program to calculate the filter parameters for spectral shaping

by R. E. GagneМЃ

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Published by National Research Council of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Digital filters (Mathematics),
  • Power spectra.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby R. E. Gagné.
    SeriesMechanical engineering report. MK, 18
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTJ7 .M38 no. 18
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 9, [18] p.
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4370222M
    LC Control Number78541013

      How was Spectral Shaping developed? The original research that contributed to spectral shaping centered around iZotope’s Maximizer algorithm, IRC IV, which was first released in Ozone 7 (and since improved in Ozone 8).The goal was to develop a more transparent form of limiting that was frequency dependent, without radically affecting the timbral character of the music when . Accurate, rapid online simulation of high-resolution molecular spectra, and other spectroscopy tools for researchers, teachers and students.

    Often the problem is with spectral shape parameters (PL index etc..), so simply freezing the shape of all spectral parameters to their values from the full time period (and certainly for weaker background sources) when fitting a shorter time period may solve the problem. @hatorade: Yes - essentially, FWHM is one way to measure the "spread" of the function itself; so it'll be larger for higher sigma. You could, for example, use it to help determine how big the matrix size for a given kernel should be. While in some sense you can pick dimension and sigma separately, in reality the dimension has to be tied to the sigma for it to be meaningful - it needs to be big.

    The bandpass filter method is one of three equivalent methods for calculating power spectral density functions. The bandpass filtering method is inefficient, however. Thus, computer software is usually based on the Fourier transform method, as described in Reference 1. Chapter 16 discusses a low-pass filter called the windowed-sinc. Equation describes how to generate the filter kernel (which we want to use as a window), and Fig. a illustrates the typical shape of the curve. To use this equation, you will need to know the value of two parameters: M and f c.


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Computer program to calculate the filter parameters for spectral shaping by R. E. GagneМЃ Download PDF EPUB FB2

Computer program to calculate the filter parameters for spectral shaping. Author. Gagné, R.E. Institution. National Research Council Canada, Division of Mechanical Engineering, Analysis Section.

Date. Abstract. A program is described that computes the parameters of a linear filter useful for spectral : R.E. Gagné. The reason is that a transmit pulse-shaping filter is matched at the receiver with an identical receive pulse-shaping filter to form, as in the case of WCDMA and TD-SCDMA, for example, a raised cosine filter.

A raised cosine filter is a Nyquist filter and consequently it is ISI-free as discussed in Chapter 2. In general, it can be shown that.

Filter response In Fourier space, we can describe a lter by its spectral response function R(!). If ^u m is the DFT of the original time series, and harmonic M m and frequency.

m = 2ˇM m=(N t) correspond to index m, then the DFT of the ltered time series is u^f m= R(!)^u: Hence the lter a ects the power spectrum: Sf m S m = jR(.

M)j2. The matched filter is perhaps equally as important as the pulse-shaping filter. While the pulse shaping filter serves the purpose of generating signals such that each symbol period does not overlap, the matched filter is important to filter out what signal reflections do.

Multiple-pass moving average filters involve passing the input signal through a moving average filter two or more times. Figure a shows the overall filter kernel resulting from one, two and four passes.

Two passes are equivalent to using a triangular filter kernel (a rectangular filter kernel convolved with itself).File Size: KB. The choice of FFT length, overlap amount, window shape, etc., can be made with a solid theoretical basis. Consult a DSP text book for more information on the theoretical underpinnings of the short-time Fourier transform (STFT).

In a practical DSP system designed for real time operation, the STFT skeleton could be organized as shown in Figure 2. then go to a chart or computer program to determine the other parameters, such as filter order, F0, and Q, which determines the peaking of the section, for the various sections and/or component values.

It should also be pointed out that the filter will affect the phase of a signal, as well as the amplitude. Colored Glass Filters and other absorbing filters like Plastic Filters and Wratten Filters, introduce elements, compounds, dyes, or other colorants to a base substrate to manipulate the filter’s spectral properties.

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Multiple-pass moving average filters involve passing the input signal through a moving average filter two or more times. Figure a shows the overall filter kernel resulting from one, two and four passes.

Two passes are equivalent to using a triangular filter kernel (a rectangular filter kernel convolved with itself). After four or more passes, the equivalent filter kernel looks like a. For this reason, most discussions on filter design only give examples of low-pass filters.

There are two methods for the low-pass to high-pass conversion: spectral inversion and spectral reversal. Both are equally useful. An example of spectral inversion is shown in Figure (a) shows a low-pass filter kernel called a windowed-sinc (the.

large effect on the spectral shape as shown in Fig. 4 for the CF combustor operating at percent thrust. Figure 4(a) presents the theoreti-cal narrowband pressure spectrum at x/J. = for equal reflection factors from R = to and a phase angle, * = n/2 radians.

Large changes of the spectral shape are noted with changes of R in. Shape the resultant signal with rectangular pulse shaping, using the oversampling factor that you will later use to filter the modulated signal.

Store the result of this step as txsig for later use. Filter the modulated signal with a transmit filter. the unknown parameters, but further discussion of these methods is beyond the scope of our course. In the case of an IIR filter, equation () must hold for an infinite number of values of m and, therefore, cannot simply be solved by the methods used for a finite number of linear equations.

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Shaping filters of any spectral profile can be achieved in the UV, Visible, and NIR regions. Applications: flattening the spectral response of light sources that include several lamps of varying intensities flattening the spectral response of a detector emulating the absorption spectrum of a solution to use as a calibration standard correcting spectral output of a lamp to match the solar.

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