Analysis/Synthesis filter bank design based on time domain aliasing cancellation

  title={Analysis/Synthesis filter bank design based on time domain aliasing cancellation},
  author={John Princen and Alan B. Bradley},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Acoust. Speech Signal Process.},
A single-sideband analysis/synthesis system is proposed which provides perfect reconstruction of a signal from a set of critically sampled analysis signals. The technique is developed in terms of a weighted overlap-add method of analysis/synthesis and allows overlap between adjacent time windows. This implies that time domain aliasing is introduced in the analysis; however, this aliasing is cancelled in the synthesis process, and the system can provide perfect reconstruction. Achieving perfect… 

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