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FIR Filter design optimization

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FIR Filter design optimization (FIRfilterLin.lng)

In a FIR((Finite Impulse Response) filter, the
output at time t, y(t), is related to the inputs, x(t), by:

y(t) = h(0)*x(t) + h(1)*x(t-1) + ... + h(n)*x(t-n).

We specify two frequency intervals, a pass-band where we want the
frequencies to be preserved/passed, and a stop-band, where we want
the frequencies to be attenuated;

Ref: M.S. Lobo, L. Vandenberghe, S. Boyd, and H. Lebret, 1998,
"Applications of Second-Order Cone Programming",
Linear Algebra and its Applications, vol. 284, pp. 193-228;

Keywords:

FIR Filter | DSP | Digital Signal Processing | Finite Impulse Response |