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Multi-objective optimisation technique to design digital filters for modulated multi-rate systems

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5 Author(s)
F. Cruz-Roldan ; Dept. of Teor. de la Serial y Comun., Escuela Politec. Super. de la Univ. de Alcala, Madrid ; C. Heneghan ; J. B. Saez-Landete ; M. Blanco-Velasco
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An improved technique to design prototype filters for nearly-perfect reconstruction modulated filter banks and transmultiplexers is shown. This technique is based on the frequency sampling approach, and the formulation is presented as a multi-objective optimisation problem. Results indicate that the new formulation provides arbitrary-length prototype filters with even better quality parameters.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:44 ,  Issue: 13 )