Multirate Signal Processing
A frequent task in digital signal processing is to adjust the sampling rate according to the signal of interest. Systems with different sampling rates are referred to as multirate systems. In this chapter, two typical examples will illustrate decimation and interpolation in multirate DSP systems. We will then introduce polyphase notation, and will discuss some efficient decimator designs. At the end of the chapter we will discuss filter banks and a quite new, highly celebrated addition to the DSP toolbox: wavelet analysis.
KeywordsAttenuation Convolution Lution Mirror Symmetry Aliasing
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