Hi all !
I am looking for the coefficients for a FIR filter to compute the
pre-deemphasis 50/15 us. Does anybody know them ?
Are there any IC that can do it without having to use a DSP ?
Thanks in advance !
Posted by Liz●December 27, 2003
"Sam \(r�p. sans -no-sp-am\)" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
> Hi all !
> I am looking for the coefficients for a FIR filter to compute the
> pre-deemphasis 50/15 us. Does anybody know them ?
> Are there any IC that can do it without having to use a DSP ?
> Thanks in advance !
You don't want to use FIR. The original standards are based on analog
filters, so you should use IIR. This will give flat amplitude/phase
for the whole system (if the pre-emph is linear-phase and the de-emph
is analog or IIR, the composite phase response will not be flat) Since
its a single pole-zero system, you can manually wiggle the 2
coefficients to fit the analog design and get pretty close pretty
fast. It will never match the analog system perfectly, but you can get
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