EE 445S Real-Time Digital Signal Processing Laboratory - Lecture 6
Lecture by Prof. Brian Evans
Won 2014 Grammy Award for "Best Song".
- "The Suburbs",
Live from Glastonbury, 2014.
Arcade Fire won a 2011 Grammy Award for Best Album of the Year for The Suburbs.
- "Back in Black",
Suggested by a Fall 2013 student.
- "Like a Rolling Stone",
Recommended by a Spring 2015 student.
- "Music therapy 'may help cut tinnitus noise levels'",
BBC News, December 29, 2009.
Proposed treatment for tinnitus (a.k.a. "ringing of the ears")
alters "participants' favourite music to remove notes that match the
frequency of the ringing in their ears."
Good application for notch filters.
- Albert Einstein, when asked to describe radio, replied:
"You see, wire telegraph is a kind of a very, very long cat.
You pull his tail in New York and his head is meowing in Los Angeles.
Do you understand this?
And radio operates exactly the same way: you send signals here, they
receive them there.
The only difference is that there is no cat."
from a fall 2006 student.
- Lecture slides on Infinite Impulse Response Filters
is available in PowerPoint format.
- Matlab code for IIR filters whose pole-zero diagrams are on slide 6-6:
- Appendix O on "All-pass Filters" in course reader
- Lathi's Linear Systems and Signals, first edition,
example 5.13, Notch Filters, pages 393-394.
- Other Handouts
- Demonstrations from the book Signal Processing First.
- Demonstrations from Chapter 8 of the book
First: A Multimedia Approach
- Lecture on IIR filters in spring 2014 on
Video: Part 1,
Part 4 and
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