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The Fast Filter Bank (FFB) is a tree-structured filter bank comprising cascaded two-channel subfilters. These subfilters are obtained by using a Frequency Response Masking decomposition. In this paper, the application of the FFB in a critically decimated system is considered. We evaluate the conditions that are imposed on the subfilters, for the design of a… (More)
The Fast Filter Bank has a very low single-rate computational complexity, but is however limited to having powers-of-two number of output channels. In this paper, a new mixed-radix architecture is proposed that allows an arbitrary number of output channels to be implemented.
Time-interleaved analog-to-digital converter (TIADC) mismatch compensation filters are traditionally finite impulse response (FIR) filters. The advantages of using FIR filters are that FIR filters are inherently stable and that the design techniques are readily available. In this paper, we show that, infinite impulse response (IIR) mismatch compensation… (More)