Analyze frequency- and time-domain responses of filters. Visualize filter poles and zeros in the complex plane.
|Absolute value (magnitude)|
|Frequency response of digital filter|
|Average filter delay (group delay)|
|Phase delay of digital filter|
|Phase response of digital filter|
|Correct phase angles to produce smoother phase plots|
|Zero-phase response of digital filter|
|2-norm or infinity-norm of digital filter|
|Type of linear phase FIR filter|
|Determine whether filter is allpass|
|Determine if digital filter has finite impulse response|
|Determine whether filter has linear phase|
|Determine whether filter is maximum phase|
|Determine whether filter is minimum phase|
|Determine whether filter is stable|
|Open Filter Visualization Tool|
|Filter Designer||Design filters starting with algorithm selection|
Use indexing to counteract the time shifts introduced by filtering.
Remove delays and distortion introduced by filtering, when it is critical to keep phase information intact.
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Extract the phase response of a filter.
Measure the average time delay of a filter as a function of frequency.
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Generate and display the impulse response of a simple filter.