Key Topics Covered: CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING CHAPTER 2 SAMPLING THEOREM CHAPTER 3 ALIASING CHAPTER 4 DATA CONVERSION AND QUANTIZATION CHAPTER 5 THE Z-TRANSFORM CHAPTER 6 FINITE IMPULSE RESPONSE FILTERS CHAPTER 7 WINDOW DESIGN METHOD CHAPTER 8 LMS DESIGN METHOD CHAPTER 9 EQUIRIPPLE DESIGN METHOD CHAPTER 10 FIR: SPECIAL CASES CHAPTER 11 FIR IMPLEMENTATION CHAPTER 12 CLASSIC FILTER DESIGN CHAPTER 13 IIR DESIGN CHAPTER 14 STATE VARIABLE FILTER MODELS CHAPTER 15 DIGITAL FILTER ARCHITECTURE CHAPTER 16 FIXED-POINT EFFECTS CHAPTER 17 IIR ARCHITECTURE ANALYSIS CHAPTER 18 INTRODUCTION TO MULTIRATE SYSTEMS CHAPTER 19 MULTIRATE FILTERS Author: FRED J.
What does FIRF stand for?
FIRF stands for Finite Impulse Response Filter
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- Fire Safety Engineering Research and Technology Centre
- Fire Support Simulation (US Army)
- Federation of Intelligence, Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Targeting Operations and Research Models
- Fire Support Request
- Far Infrared Experiment
- Fire Extinguishing System
- Firing Exercise
- Free Flying Imaging Radar Experiment (NASA)
- Free Flying Imaging Radar Experiment/Soviet American Microwave Experiment
- Financial Institutions Retirement Fund
- Fluorescence Impulse Response Function (photobiology)
- Fast Inversion-Recovery Fourier Transform
- Fix It Right First Time (General Motors program)
- Failure Incident Report Group
- Film Industry Research Group
- Financial Institutions Remuneration Group, Inc. (Australia)
- Foundation Impact Research Group (Duke University)
- Firestone Institute for Respiratory Health (Canada)
- Fasting Insulin Resistance Index (research tool to gauge an individual's resistance to insulin)
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Among the topics are various classes of signals and systems, continuous filter design, synthesizing finite impulse response filters, the most popular techniques for analogue to digital filter conversion, and selecting filter structure.
The resulting equalizer coefficients that are generated can be exported to external files to be used, for example, in a stand-alone finite impulse response filter (FIR).