Welcome to the PF. What is your background in DSP so far? Self study, or have you taken an intro class yet? They are very useful building blocks to be familiar with!What does the length of the filter in DSP means?
What does it refer physical or practical when it states that "signal transmission path models have long impulse response?"
And why do audio signal transmission paths have long impulse response?
Fair enough, but we will still follow the PF guidelines for schoolwork and self-study. Which means that we can offer some tutorial hints, but we expect you to do the bulk of the research and work.I am going on with self study sir.
I too wish the same. I am searching online and i am posting the things that i can not find there.Fair enough, but we will still follow the PF guidelines for schoolwork and self-study. Which means that we can offer some tutorial hints, but we expect you to do the bulk of the research and work.
I am doing my engineering in INDIA. here the study methodology and the standard are not much high. The staffs are focusing only on academics and mark scoring. They are not much helping in research areas, and not even well versed in these areas. So i am mostly relied on some books and online resource.So what learning resources do you have available for your study of DSP? There are quite a few on the web. Have you studied analog filters before, and are now learning about DSP, or is your study of digital filters your first intro to filters overall?
I have studied and solved problems in cheby, butterworth etc, but without much understanding of actual concept in it. Sorry for this, and my educational system is luike that. Much worried for this.In filter design, we speak of different polynomials that can be used, to give us different advantages and disadvantages in our filter designs. Are you familiar with the different polynomial classes, and what they are used for?
I will search for and try to learn about this.And a hint (or motivator for your further study on the subject) -- what would the filter length have to do with the passband ripple on a Chebychev polynomial digital filter...?