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Discret Wavelet Transform got Daub2

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Discret Wavelet Transform got Daub2


Santhana Raj (view profile)


Implements the Daubechies 2 DWT w/o using the inbuilt function

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y=d2wavelet(x,Fs,level) does the 2nd order Daubechies Wavelet Transform of signal x with a sampling frequency 'Fs' and the DWT is decomposition is done upto a 'level'
It returns the matrix of all decompositions and the final approximations.

Instead of using the matlab's inbuilt DWT function, this file explains the algorithm for DWT. Mostly useful for learning & academic purposes.

For other wavelets, the filter values alone can be changed or WFILTERS can
be used.

The function basically is for Condition Monitoring of rotating equipments by vibration based bearing fault diagnosis by the author.

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Required Products Signal Processing Toolbox
MATLAB release MATLAB 7.10 (R2010a)
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05 Feb 2017 Hamid Ali

why there is error in line 26?
Index exceeds matrix dimensions.

Error in DauTransform (line 26)
x= x(1:L);

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21 Sep 2016 J G RAO

hello, sir.
i need DWT code (level 1,2,3,4,5 and 6) for analysis of climatic parameters. if you have the code please help in this case..

thank you

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26 Jul 2016 farah

farah (view profile)

Hi, can you help me to detect saturation point using daubechies.

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28 Mar 2015 Vasumathi Ganesh

hello sir i'm searching for daubechies coding for denoising an image not a signal. can u pls provide me the coding for that. thank u

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07 Nov 2014 Raed Ibrahim


04 Jul 2013 Santhana Raj

Santhana Raj (view profile)


ya sure you can.
But the effectiveness of noise removal depends on the noise type and signal type

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04 Jul 2013 ahmed

ahmed (view profile)

can i use it to denoise audio?

19 May 2013 Wang Yinhu

12 Sep 2012 ajith

ajith (view profile)

thank you sir send the detail about the shift4 algorithm for image processing

26 Jun 2012 n chow

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