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Re: DSP Trick: Fixed Point DC Blocking Filter with Noise-Shaping

Started by Darrell March 7, 2008
On Mar 13, 12:57&#2013266080;pm, Darol Klawetter <darol.klawet...@l-3com.com>
wrote:
> Here is my VHDL version of the dc blocker (used in an FPGA). Notice > that it uses only shifts to implement multiplication. > > <snip code>
Thanks Darol...I wonder if our names are pronounced the same? I haven't gotten to the point yet where I would put this in hardware, but when I do I'll be sure to review your source! Darrell
On Mar 13, 12:37 pm, Rick Lyons <R.Lyons@_BOGUS_ieee.org> wrote:

> Hello EB, > > In the March issue of the IEEE Sig. Processing > Magazine, Randy Yates gives his description of a > fixed-point DC blocker. His material is in the > "DSP Tips & Tricks" column of the magazine.
Thanks. I haven't gotten my copy yet and the online version isn't available either. Looking forward to it though. Eric (EB)
On Mar 13, 12:37 pm, Rick Lyons <R.Lyons@_BOGUS_ieee.org> wrote:

> Hello EB, > > In the March issue of the IEEE Sig. Processing > Magazine, Randy Yates gives his description of a > fixed-point DC blocker. His material is in the > "DSP Tips & Tricks" column of the magazine.
Thanks. I haven't gotten my copy yet and the online version isn't available either. Looking forward to it though. Eric (EB)
On Mar 13, 12:37 pm, Rick Lyons <R.Lyons@_BOGUS_ieee.org> wrote:

> Hello EB, > > In the March issue of the IEEE Sig. Processing > Magazine, Randy Yates gives his description of a > fixed-point DC blocker. His material is in the > "DSP Tips & Tricks" column of the magazine.
Thanks. I haven't gotten my copy yet and the online version isn't available either. Looking forward to it though. Eric (EB)
On Mar 13, 12:37 pm, Rick Lyons <R.Lyons@_BOGUS_ieee.org> wrote:

> Hello EB, > > In the March issue of the IEEE Sig. Processing > Magazine, Randy Yates gives his description of a > fixed-point DC blocker. His material is in the > "DSP Tips & Tricks" column of the magazine.
Thanks. I haven't gotten my copy yet and the online version isn't available either. Looking forward to it though. Eric (EB)
On Mar 13, 12:37 pm, Rick Lyons <R.Lyons@_BOGUS_ieee.org> wrote:

> Hello EB, > > In the March issue of the IEEE Sig. Processing > Magazine, Randy Yates gives his description of a > fixed-point DC blocker. His material is in the > "DSP Tips & Tricks" column of the magazine.
Thanks. I haven't gotten my copy yet and the online version isn't available either. Looking forward to it though. Eric (EB)
On Mar 13, 12:37 pm, Rick Lyons <R.Lyons@_BOGUS_ieee.org> wrote:

> Hello EB, > > In the March issue of the IEEE Sig. Processing > Magazine, Randy Yates gives his description of a > fixed-point DC blocker. His material is in the > "DSP Tips & Tricks" column of the magazine.
Thanks. I haven't gotten my copy yet and the online version isn't available either. Looking forward to it though. Eric (EB)
On Mar 13, 12:37 pm, Rick Lyons <R.Lyons@_BOGUS_ieee.org> wrote:

> Hello EB, > > In the March issue of the IEEE Sig. Processing > Magazine, Randy Yates gives his description of a > fixed-point DC blocker. His material is in the > "DSP Tips & Tricks" column of the magazine.
Thanks. I haven't gotten my copy yet and the online version isn't available either. Looking forward to it though. Eric (EB)
On Mar 13, 12:37 pm, Rick Lyons <R.Lyons@_BOGUS_ieee.org> wrote:

> Hello EB, > > In the March issue of the IEEE Sig. Processing > Magazine, Randy Yates gives his description of a > fixed-point DC blocker. His material is in the > "DSP Tips & Tricks" column of the magazine.
Thanks. I haven't gotten my copy yet and the online version isn't available either. Looking forward to it though. Eric (EB)
On Mar 13, 12:37 pm, Rick Lyons <R.Lyons@_BOGUS_ieee.org> wrote:

> Hello EB, > > In the March issue of the IEEE Sig. Processing > Magazine, Randy Yates gives his description of a > fixed-point DC blocker. His material is in the > "DSP Tips & Tricks" column of the magazine.
Thanks. I haven't gotten my copy yet and the online version isn't available either. Looking forward to it though. Eric (EB)