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The bilinear transformation

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The bilinear transformation (BLT) is useful to instrumentation and design engineers in many settings. Two examples are: in the modeling of continuous-time (CT) systems via digital computer and in the design of digital infinite-impulse-response filters that are to have response characteristics similar to those of a selected CT filter. An introduction to the BLT is presented along with a discussion of how to obtain the BLT numerically

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Instrumentation & Measurement Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 1 )