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Multirate Signal Processing for Communication Systems Edition 2

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March 2021
9788770222105
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    River Publishers
  • Published
    29th March
  • ISBN 9788770222105
  • Language English
  • Pages 610 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
$120.00
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March 2021
9788770222099
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  • Publisher
    River Publishers
  • Published
    25th March
  • ISBN 9788770222099
  • Language English
  • Pages 610 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
$120.00

Multirate signal processing can improve system performance and reduce costs in applications ranging from laboratory instruments, cable modems, wireless systems, satellites, radar, sonar, and consumer entertainment products. This second edition continues to offer a systematic, clear, and intuitive introduction to multirate signal processing for working engineers and system designers. Significant new material and fresh concepts, including Green Signal Processing techniques have been introduced.

The author uses extensive examples and figures to illustrate a wide range of multirate techniques, from basic resampling to leading-edge cascade and multi-stage filter structures. Along the way he draws on extensive research and consulting experience to introduce processing "tricks" shown to maximize performance and efficiency. Coverage includes:

  • Effect of sampling and resampling in time and frequency domains
  • Relationships between FIR filter specifications and filter length (# of taps)
  • Window design and equal-ripple (Remez) design techniques
  • Square-Root Nyquist and Half-band Filters including new enhancements
  • Polyphase FIR filters: up-sampling, down-sampling
  • Polyphase M-path analysis and synthesis channelizers and cascade pairs
  • Polyphase interpolators for arbitrary sample rate changes
  • Dyadic half-band filters, quadrature mirror filters
  • Channel banks for multiple arbitrary bandwidths and center frequencies
  • Comprehensive coverage of recursive all-pass filters and channelizers, non-uniform and uniform phase, mixed recursive and non-recursive
  • Comparisons with traditional DSP designs
  • Extensive applications coverage throughout

Preface
Organization of Book
Acknowledgements
1.Why Multirate Filters
2. The Resampling Process
3. Digital Filters
4. Useful Classes of filters
5. Systems that Use Resampling Filters
6. Polyphase FIR Filters
7. Resampling FIR Filters
8. Half band Filters
9. Polyphase Channelizers
10. Cascade Channelizers
11. Recursive Polyphase Filters
12. Cascade Integrator Comb (CIC) Filters
13. Cascade and Multiple Stage Filters Structures
14. Communication System Applications

fredric j harris

fredric j harris is a professor at University of California San Diego.

Multirate; Intentional Aliasing; Unwrapping Aliases; M-path Analysis Filter Bank; M-Path Synthesis Filter Bank; Coupled Analysis and Synthesis Banks; CIC Filters; All-Pass Filters; All-Pass Channelizers; Enhanced Filter Designs; Green Filter Implementations; Arbitrary Bandwidth; Arbitrary Center Frequencies; Arbitrary Ratio Interpolator