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The fast fourier transform for experimentalists, part V: filters

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D. Donnelly ; Siena College

This fifth segment of six discusses filters. Filtering implies a frequency-dependent selection process, passing, for example, frequencies within a certain range and rejecting those outside that range. I describe some essentials for creating frequency-dependent passbands and stopbands. I also briefly cover detrending and the cumulative periodogram.

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Computing in Science & Engineering  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 1 )