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Digital Filter Instructions from IKEA?

Neil RobertsonJune 18, 20215 comments














Swedish “Bygglek” = build and play.   Swedish “Bygglek” = build and play.

Swedish “Bygglek” = build and play.  Swedish “Bygglek” = build and play.

Swedish “Bygglek” = build and play.  Swedish “Bygglek” = build and play.

Swedish “Bygglek” = build and play.  Swedish “Bygglek” = build and play.

Swedish “Bygglek” = build and play.  Swedish “Bygglek” = build and play.


Reference

Lyons, Richard G., Understanding Digital Signal Processing, Third Ed., Prentice Hall, 2011, section 13.7.




            Neil Robertson      June, 2021





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Comment by Rick LyonsJune 19, 2021

Hi Neil.

Ha ha. Cute!

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Comment by neiroberJune 19, 2021

As you might guess, I recently assembled some furniture.

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Comment by chipmuenkDecember 18, 2021

Hi Neil,

I really liked your IKEA-filter design instructions :-)

If this is ok for you, I'd like to add the instructions to the script for my DSP course at the Munich university for applied sciences (https://github.com/chipmuenk/dsp/releases/download...). Of course, I'd credit you as the creator.

All the best,

Christian

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Comment by neiroberDecember 18, 2021

Hi Christian,

Yes, I'm happy to have you use it!  If it helps, let me know if you could use a Word or pdf version.

regards,

Neil


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Comment by chipmuenkDecember 18, 2021

Thanks a lot for the offer, but I'm using LaTeX - I'll just grab the PNGs. There isn't much text anyway :-)

Regards,

Christian

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