digital filter design program

Started by nosp...@gmail.com December 14, 2006
Please go to http://www.dsptemplates.com/
Why another Digital filter design program?
This one is based on being able to use from within python - allowing
integration with other DSP modules such as gnuradio, scipy, etc.
For now, the software is free until the end of March 2007.

nospam@gmail.com skrev:
> Please go to http://www.dsptemplates.com/ > Why another Digital filter design program? > This one is based on being able to use from within python - allowing > integration with other DSP modules such as gnuradio, scipy, etc. > For now, the software is free until the end of March 2007.
If you want somebody to pay for this, you may want to include some screenshots that demonstrate that it is possible to design high-pass, band-pass and band-stop filters in addition to lowpass filters. It is not obvious that this is possible with your program, since the notch IIR is included on a page with no controls to generate HP, BP or BS filters visible in the screendump. Rune
Thanks. It's NOT capable of high-pass, band-pass etc..
Although high-pass filter are useful, I've been able to work in DSP for
20+ years without requiring much need for band-pass, band-stop, etc.
Even the HPF filters I've used are typically 1st or 2nd order.

On Dec 14, 1:52 pm, "Rune Allnor" <all...@tele.ntnu.no> wrote:
> nos...@gmail.com skrev: > > > Please go tohttp://www.dsptemplates.com/ > > Why another Digital filter design program? > > This one is based on being able to use from within python - allowing > > integration with other DSP modules such as gnuradio, scipy, etc. > > For now, the software is free until the end of March 2007.If you want somebody
to pay for this, you may want to include
> some screenshots that demonstrate that it is possible to > design high-pass, band-pass and band-stop filters in addition to > lowpass filters. It is not obvious that this is possible with your > program, since the notch IIR is included on a page with no > controls to generate HP, BP or BS filters visible in the > screendump. > > Rune
nospam@gmail.com skrev:
> Thanks. It's NOT capable of high-pass, band-pass etc.. > Although high-pass filter are useful, I've been able to work in DSP for > 20+ years without requiring much need for band-pass, band-stop, etc. > Even the HPF filters I've used are typically 1st or 2nd order.
Maybe. My question is merely whether anyone would PAY for this sort of software if it does not include those sorts of filters... Rune