Title

Optimization approach to the design of frequency sampling filters

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Article

Abstract

Many digital signal processing applications require linear phase filtering. For applications that require narrow-band linear phase filtering, frequency sampling filters can implement linear phase filters more efficiently than the commonly used direct convolution filter. In this paper, a technique is developed for designing linear phase frequency sampling filters. A frequency sampling filter approximates a desired frequency response by interpolating a frequency response through a set of frequency samples taken from the desired frequency response. Although the frequency response of a frequency sampling filter passes through the frequency samples, the frequency response may not be well behaved between the specific samples. Linear programming is commonly used to control the interpolation errors between frequency samples. The design method developed in this paper controls the interpolation errors between frequency samples by minimizing the mean square error between the desired and actual frequency responses in the stopband and passband. This design method describes the frequency sampling filter design problem as a constrained optimization problem which is solved using the Lagrange multiplier optimization method. This results in a set of linear equations which when solved determine the filter's coefficients.

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