IIR filter

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by electrazy, Mar 18, 2009.

  1. electrazy

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    Jan 19, 2009
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    the number of memory location needed in Direct form I are M+N+1 as given in praokis ,i think it should be M+N , im not able to understand from where extra one location is coming.


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    secondly while in IIR filter why summation limits are changed to zero to M while in FIR it is 0 to M-1??
     
  2. GirishC

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    Jan 23, 2009
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    FIR is finite so you have M samples so starting from 0th you moveonwards you will finish M samples at M-1 point...e.g. 10 points start with zero when you reach 9, you have 10 samples...:)

    Similarly in IIR, you start at M so starting from 0, you need M+1 to reach to M...reconsider above example and do maths...you will get the answer
     
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