I am trying to implement a real-time filter so am using MATLAB's butter() function to generate the needed [b,a] vectors [b,a] = butter(4,4/35,'low');
Just to be clear I have used these generated vectors with the filter(a,b,data) function to successfully filter my data and it looks quite desirable. But as I am in the end trying to create a real time filter, I am trying to code this into a for-loop (for testing purposes). My code is as follows:
for n=5:1:length(x) y(n) = b(1)*x(n)+b(2)*x(n-1)+b(3)*x(n-2)+b(4)*x(n-3)+b(5)*x(n-4)-a(2)*y(n-1)-a(3)*y(n-2)+a(4)*y(n-3)+a(5)*y(n-4); end
This is the mathematical representation as far as I can gather from the doc: http://www.mathworks.com/help/techdoc/ref/filter.html
Can anyone tell me how I am incorrectly modeling the filter() command? I have also switched the a, b, column vectors (in case that was an issue). The above method just goes to infinity, and with a<->b the data just seems to be amplified.
Thanks for the help in advance.
The difference equation looks ok, but you do not show how e.g. "y(n-4)" is initialized.
Matlab's FILTER uses the "direct form II transposed" implementation, which is more efficient. Together with inital and final conditions:
function [Y, z] = myFilter(b, a, X, z) % Author: Jan Simon, Heidelberg, (C) 2011 n = length(a); z(n) = 0; % Creates zeros if input z is omitted
b = b / a(1); % [Edited, Jan, 26-Oct-2014, normalize parameters] a = a / a(1);
Y = zeros(size(X)); for m = 1:length(Y) Y(m) = b(1) * X(m) + z(1); for i = 2:n z(i - 1) = b(i) * X(m) + z(i) - a(i) * Y(m); end end z = z(1:n - 1);
[EDITED]: A C-Mex implementation which handles arrays also: FEX: FilterM.
Hi, I want to use your function instead of matlab filter function. I calculated the filter coefficient in b matrix and it is FIR filter so all the a values are 1. What should be the value for z in my case? I am confused how should I use z.
Thanks so much. Regards, KHatereh
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