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Nuts & Volts Magazine (June 2004)

Working with Digital Filters

By Peter Best    View In Digital Edition  

Most of the books and technical papers that describe digital filtering consist mostly of complex mathematical concepts with little to no emphasis placed on the practical implementation of a physical digital filter. The math behind digital filtering techniques is indeed interesting, but you don’t have to be a mathematician to design and build a working digital filter. Keep reading and I’ll prove it to you.


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