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A filter structure specifies how you arithmetically use a set of filter coefficients to process an input signal. For a specified digital filter, dozens of mathematically equivalent implementation structures ...

Fixed-point numbers represent discrete values with limited precision. Typically, the precision of fixed-point numbers is less than that of floating-point numbers. Rounding determines the most appropriate ...

The LabVIEW Digital Filter Design Toolkit includes a variety of tools to help you design digital filters. For example, the Digital Filter Design Toolkit includes Express VIs that you can use to interact ...

The word length indicates the number of bits you want to use in representing a fixed-point number. The integer word length specifies the number of bits, including the sign bit, you use in representing ...

When you enter bands into the band specs input, the DFD Remez Design VI uses complex or magnitude approximation to create the design of the filter. You can use exact gain control to constrain the amplitude ...

After you analyze the filter design, you can use the filter to process an input signal. Use the Processing VIs to process a signal with the filter you designed. The Processing VIs can process an input ...

Zero-phase filtering helps you eliminate the group delay in the output signal of a filter. All multirate filters you design with the LabVIEW Digital Filter Design Toolkit, except for possible odd-order ...

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