butterworth high pass fourth order design

Started by sid4u in comp.dsp13 years ago 4 replies

hi, can anybody help me to design and implement an fourth order butterworth high pass filter in s domain.here are the specs input = 1kHz...

hi, can anybody help me to design and implement an fourth order butterworth high pass filter in s domain.here are the specs input = 1kHz sine order = 4 fs = 20kHz As = 80dB thanks in advance sid


Discrete high-pass Butterworth filter design rules

Started by marcin123 in comp.dsp7 years ago 12 replies

Some time ago I've programmed a 2'nd order Butterworth High-Pass filter using the tool:...

Some time ago I've programmed a 2'nd order Butterworth High-Pass filter using the tool: http://www-users.cs.york.ac.uk/~fisher/mkfilter/trad.html. I noticed it always generated filters which transfer function in the discrete time domain would be: (1) y0 = (b0*x0 + b1*x1 + b2*x2 - a1*y1 - a2*y2) / a0 (2) b0 + b1 + b2 = 0 (3) b0 = b2 (4) a0 + a1 + a2 = 0, where: y0 - output at curr...


Help: Phase Delay of Butterworth Filters

Started by Stewart in comp.dsp15 years ago 3 replies

Hi All, Hoping someone can help me out. I'm working with Butterworth Filters and have some great equations for calculating the coefficients...

Hi All, Hoping someone can help me out. I'm working with Butterworth Filters and have some great equations for calculating the coefficients as a function of cut-off frequency: http://www.planetanalog.com/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=12802683&pgno=3 However I need a function which gives me the phase delay of the filter as a function of cut-off frequencies. For example, a second order ...


Speech Recognition using Butterworth filters

Started by Mandar Gokhale in comp.dsp12 years ago 26 replies

I am aiming to build a very basic speech recognition system around an 8-bit microcontroller(PIC / AVR), which is capable of 'recognizing' four...

I am aiming to build a very basic speech recognition system around an 8-bit microcontroller(PIC / AVR), which is capable of 'recognizing' four to eight words..(i.e, give a specific string output when it receives the corresponding input data through a mic.) Someone told me that designing Butterworth filters for processing the input data and then sampling it at different points is a pretty go...


A question about bilinear xform and Butterworth LPF

Started by John E. Hadstate in comp.dsp14 years ago 9 replies

I recently implemented a generalized digital IIR Butterworth low-pass filter class. It calculates the coefficients as if the filter was...

I recently implemented a generalized digital IIR Butterworth low-pass filter class. It calculates the coefficients as if the filter was implemented as a cascade of second-order canonic sections if the order is even, or a cascade preceded by a single real pole if the order is odd. The critical digital frequency is translated by the usual formula and then s--> (z-1)/(z+1). All of this i


Deriving the analog Butterworth filter from the maximal flatness condition

Started by Per Vognsen in comp.dsp15 years ago 6 replies

I've been wondering whether the often-stated maximal flatness conditions on analog Butterworth filters are enough to uniquely determine the...

I've been wondering whether the often-stated maximal flatness conditions on analog Butterworth filters are enough to uniquely determine the coefficients of the transfer function? Let's review these conditions for a filter of order n: * The DC must be passed through the filter unmodified, |H(0)| = 1. * The cut-off frequency must be at w = 1. (Cut-off normalization.) * The 2n-1 first derivat...


calculating the coefficients of a butterworth iir filter

Started by dilpreet06 in comp.dsp13 years ago 4 replies

Hallo everyone! I wanted to ask your advice on the following problem: i have to generate a butterworth iir bandpass filter with...

Hallo everyone! I wanted to ask your advice on the following problem: i have to generate a butterworth iir bandpass filter with cutoff frequencies of 0.008 and 0.05 Hertz. This will be used in filtering a time signal sampled at 1 Hz (so the sampling frequency is high enough to work with the time signal) My initial problem is to calculate the coefficients. Ive thought of a few ways to cal...


bilinear transfermation

Started by vyshali in comp.dsp13 years ago 1 reply

Hai! every one. This question is basic for DSP experts.I try to design digital butter worth filter(lowpass) in C.First I converted given digital...

Hai! every one. This question is basic for DSP experts.I try to design digital butter worth filter(lowpass) in C.First I converted given digital specs to analog specs.after that i caluculated prewarped analog specs.I found order, cutoff frequency of analog butterworth filter.After that I used butterworth filter tables to find normalized denominator coefficients of analog filter.Now i tried to con...


Scaling cutoff freq of Butterworth filter

Started by lemon in comp.dsp14 years ago 5 replies

Dear group, I am currently using a butterworth lowpass filter for filtering sets of parameter files. For this purpose, I found an "optimal"...

Dear group, I am currently using a butterworth lowpass filter for filtering sets of parameter files. For this purpose, I found an "optimal" cutoff frequency to generate the filter. I have, however, the necessity of changing the "sampling rate" of the parameter set, but at the same time get the "same" results in time. So, is there any method of scaling the cutoff parameter of the filter ...


Bandpass IIR Filter design

Started by Rene Gerber in comp.dsp12 years ago 11 replies

Dear list Im designing a bandpass iir filter (prototyp) for a small realtime system. I already implemented the lowpass butterworth filter for...

Dear list Im designing a bandpass iir filter (prototyp) for a small realtime system. I already implemented the lowpass butterworth filter for a variable order by calculating the normalized butterworth polynomials in 2nd order systems and then applying the bilinear transformation. This results as well in 2nd order systems in the z domain which can be used as a biquad cascade for the ii...


ButterWOrth filter using matlab

Started by Suman in comp.dsp16 years ago 7 replies

hi everybody, I am working on MAtlab for verification of Butterworth Filter for low pass filter, I have written the following program for...

hi everybody, I am working on MAtlab for verification of Butterworth Filter for low pass filter, I have written the following program for it, N=20;%Order of Filter fc=200;%Cut-off frequency of filter fs=5000;%Sampling Frequency fin=1000;%Input frequency of pure sine wave n1=fs/fin; %No. of samples in sine value n2=fs/fc; i=1; %Input Coeff...


6dB/oct butterworth crossover doesn't have flat response

Started by jungledmnc in comp.dsp2 years ago 8 replies

Hi folks, sorry if I'll be asking a dumb question :). I'd like to build a 6dB/oct crossover (with variable number of bands and crossover...

Hi folks, sorry if I'll be asking a dumb question :). I'd like to build a 6dB/oct crossover (with variable number of bands and crossover points). First order butterworth LP and HP filters seem to be working fine and provide nearly flat magnitude response IF the crossover point isn't high enough, hence close to the nyquist, then it starts forming something that looks like a high-shelf of +6dB. ...


Run time estimate of a butterworth filter

Started by Anonymous in comp.dsp14 years ago 3 replies

I am completely new to the field of DSP -- so this question may be elementry I was wondering about the worst case performance of a...

I am completely new to the field of DSP -- so this question may be elementry I was wondering about the worst case performance of a butterworth bandpass filter. I know that the FFT algorithm has a worst case performance of O(N log N). Does a second order bandpass filter have a similar computational cost? How does this cost vary as a function of the order of the filter? Any insight would ...


Recommend a faster responding Low Pass Filter than a 2nd Order Butterworth?

Started by andrew66 in comp.dsp7 years ago 13 replies

I have a signal that generally lasts about 6 seconds and has a lot of Low-Frequency, < 10 Hz, noise in it. I would like to use a filter...

I have a signal that generally lasts about 6 seconds and has a lot of Low-Frequency, < 10 Hz, noise in it. I would like to use a filter to obtain a reliable answer for the mean value of the signal, as soon as possible following the start of the data stream. I use a 2nd order discrete-time Low Pass Butterworth Filter with a 10 Hz sample rate, and I can change the cutoff frequency on the fly, vi


Matlba butterworth IIR filter implementation - sample by sample filtering basis

Started by Dinuka in comp.dsp7 years ago 22 replies

Hi all, I want to implement an butterworth low pass filter to filter the DC component of a signal inside a PLL - phase locked loop. I am...

Hi all, I want to implement an butterworth low pass filter to filter the DC component of a signal inside a PLL - phase locked loop. I am processing sample-by-sample. Therefore I have to filter the signal sample by sample (Not the whole signal or block by block). I have implemented a filter to filter the whole signal. But Im struggling to modify it make it work sample by sample bas


adding up coefficients

Started by Gert Baars in comp.dsp14 years ago 4 replies

Hello, Recently I designed my first IIR filter from a 1st orde Butterworth. After implementation it works as it should. My second filter a...

Hello, Recently I designed my first IIR filter from a 1st orde Butterworth. After implementation it works as it should. My second filter a 2nd order Butterworth is ready on paper. What occured to me is when I add up the coefficients from the 1st order filter the sum = 1. Surprisingly adding up the coefficients of the second order IIR filter the sum is also = 1. Spare me the Math but is ...


Reg:Design of Butterworth approximated filter using FIR filter design technique

Started by SRS in comp.dsp10 years ago 4 replies

I need to design a butterworth approximated low pass, high pass, band pass, band stop filter characteristics.This i did using DFT...

I need to design a butterworth approximated low pass, high pass, band pass, band stop filter characteristics.This i did using DFT technique which is a very heavy algorithm.So My question is how to design the FIR for my requirement.So can anybody help in how to proceed... Thank you :-) With Regards, SRS


Minimal lag, non-causal smoothing filter

Started by dspr39 in comp.dsp8 years ago 9 replies

I want to smooth time-series data with ideally zero-lag. The filter can be non-causal. I am currently using a butterworth filter and then...

I want to smooth time-series data with ideally zero-lag. The filter can be non-causal. I am currently using a butterworth filter and then advancing the output in time. However, since the butterworth filter's lag is not constant, the output series does not line up as desired with the input. My goal here is to highlight the prominent turning points in the time series -- points where signal chang...


Allpass decomp

Started by niarn in comp.dsp7 years ago 3 replies

Does anyone know or is anyone able to explain why a 4th order digital butterworth bandpass/bandstop filter can't be represented/decomposed into...

Does anyone know or is anyone able to explain why a 4th order digital butterworth bandpass/bandstop filter can't be represented/decomposed into a parallel connection of two real allpass filters? A 2nd order and a 6th order butterworth bandpass filter can be decomposed into a parallel connection of two real allpass filters by why not a 4th order filter? Sorry, if this question is lame/stupid....


Re: delay added by matlab butterworth filter

Started by Jerry Avins in comp.dsp9 years ago

Yes. I assumed that Rune was being hyper-pedantic to protest the ambiguous way that the question was put. If I erred, I apologise to him. Jerry

Yes. I assumed that Rune was being hyper-pedantic to protest the ambiguous way that the question was put. If I erred, I apologise to him. Jerry