An Algorithm Proposed for FIR Filter Coefficients Representation

@inproceedings{Eshtawie2007AnAP,
  title={An Algorithm Proposed for FIR Filter Coefficients Representation},
  author={Mohamed Al Mahdi Eshtawie and Masuri Bin Othman},
  year={2007}
}
Finite impulse response (FIR) filters have the advantage of linear phase, guaranteed stability, fewer finite precision errors, and efficient implementation. In contrast, they have a major disadvantage of high order need (more coefficients) than IIR counterpart with comparable performance. The high order demand imposes more hardware requirements, arithmetic operations, area usage, and power consumption when designing and fabricating the filter. Therefore, minimizing or reducing these parameters… CONTINUE READING

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