## Decimation and Interpolation with IFIR Filters

In this article, the principle of the IFIR filter is first explained and accompanied by simulation. It also shows how to use the IFIR filters efficiently in the process of decimation and interpolation. Here, too, simulations with Simulink are used to explain the subject in an understandable manner.

## Decimation and Interpolation with Polyphase Filters

This article deals with decimation and interpolation in classical and polyphase realizations. The topic is accompanied by many simulations with MATLAB and Simulink, so that the facts can be easily fixed. The simulations can be creatively expanded with your own ideas.

## Zero-Order-Hold function as a model for DAConverters

The output of a digital to analog converter, short DAC, is a constant analog signal between two discrete samples. The DAC's output register retains its value from one sample up to the next sample. The network, which converts the binary value of the register into an analog voltage thus supplies a constant voltage and that leads to a stepped output signal. The analog smoothing filter connected at the output together with the frequency response of the DAC, modeled with a Zero-Order-Hold function, results in distortions. These are examined here and solutions to compensate for them are presented.

## Decimation and Interpolation with Polyphase Filters

This article deals with decimation and interpolation in classical and polyphase realizations. The topic is accompanied by many simulations with MATLAB and Simulink, so that the facts can be easily fixed. The simulations can be creatively expanded with your own ideas.

## Decimation and Interpolation with IFIR Filters

In this article, the principle of the IFIR filter is first explained and accompanied by simulation. It also shows how to use the IFIR filters efficiently in the process of decimation and interpolation. Here, too, simulations with Simulink are used to explain the subject in an understandable manner.

## Zero-Order-Hold function as a model for DAConverters

The output of a digital to analog converter, short DAC, is a constant analog signal between two discrete samples. The DAC's output register retains its value from one sample up to the next sample. The network, which converts the binary value of the register into an analog voltage thus supplies a constant voltage and that leads to a stepped output signal. The analog smoothing filter connected at the output together with the frequency response of the DAC, modeled with a Zero-Order-Hold function, results in distortions. These are examined here and solutions to compensate for them are presented.