A Design Technique for 2-D Linear Phase Frequency Sampling Filters with Fourfold Symmetry
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Analog and Digital Signal Processing
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A two-dimensional (2-D) frequency-sampling ﬁlter approximates a desired frequency response by interpolating a frequency response through set frequency samples which are samples taken from the ﬁlter’s frequency response. In this brief, a technique for designing 2-D Type 1-1, Type 1-2, Type 2-1, and Type 2-2 frequency-sampling ﬁlters that have real impulse responses, linear phase, and fourfold symmetry is developed that controls interpolation errors and approximates a desired frequency response by minimizing a weighted mean-square error over the passbands and stopbands subject to constraints on the ﬁlter’s amplitude response.
Digital filters (Mathematics); FIR digital ﬁlters; Electric filters; Electric filters; Digital; Frequency response (Electrical engineering); Frequency samples; Interpolation; Linear phase ﬁlters; Multidimensional digital ﬁlters
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A Design Technique for 2-D Linear Phase Frequency Sampling Filters with Fourfold Symmetry.
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Analog and Digital Signal Processing, 46(9),