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==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
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Design an IIR filter consisting of up to three parts (high-pass, low-pass and notch) and apply it as part of the signal-processing chain. To use it as a bandpass, specify the desired lower end of the band as a high-pass corner, and the desired upper end of the band as a low-pass corner.
  
Design an IIR filter consisting of up to three parts (high-pass, low-pass and notch) and apply it as part of the signal-processing chain.
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==Authors==
 
 
==Location==
 
http://{{SERVERNAME}}/svn/trunk/src/contrib/SignalProcessing/HilbertSignalProcessing/CustomIIRFilter.cpp
 
 
 
==Versioning==
 
===Authors===
 
 
Jeremy Hill
 
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==See also==
 
==See also==
[[User Reference:Filters]], [[Contributions:SignalProcessing]], [[Contributions:HilbertSignalProcessing]]
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[[User Reference:Filters]], [[Contributions:HilbertSignalProcessing]]
  
[[Category:Contributions]][[Category:Signal Processing]]
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[[Category:Filters]][[Category:Signal Processing]]

Latest revision as of 18:56, 23 May 2014

Synopsis

Design an IIR filter consisting of up to three parts (high-pass, low-pass and notch) and apply it as part of the signal-processing chain. To use it as a bandpass, specify the desired lower end of the band as a high-pass corner, and the desired upper end of the band as a low-pass corner.

Authors

Jeremy Hill

Parameters

HighPassCorner

High-pass cutoff frequency. The default is 0, which disables the high-pass.

HighPassOrder

Filter order for the high-pass. The default is 2. A value of 0 disables the high-pass.

LowPassCorner

Low-pass cutoff frequency. The default is 0, which disables the low-pass.

LowPassOrder

Filter order for the low-pass. The default is 4. A value of 0 disables the high-pass.

NotchCenter

Notch center frequency. The default is 0, which disables the notch filter.

NotchOrder

Filter order for the notch. The default is 4. A value of 0 disables the notch filter.

States

None.

See also

User Reference:Filters, Contributions:HilbertSignalProcessing