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Live Q&A with fred harris - Green FIR Filters with Large Ratio of Sample Rate to Bandwidth

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Live Q&A session with Fredric J Harris for the talk titled Green FIR Filters with Large Ratio of Sample Rate to Bandwidth
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magarac
Score: 0 | 2 months ago | no reply

thank you so much for great presentation dr harris ! I'm curious to learn more about polyphase filterbank for hearing aids which is topic of your upcoming paper, but did not catch when/where will it be published. also, some specifics about inband aliasing that might affect some processing like echo-canceller, etc...
thanks & best regards !

13:33:31	 From  Emanuele Ziglioli : Happy dsp-versary Stephane!
13:36:39	 From  Thomas Wagner : david you are on!
13:37:07	 From  David Robinson : Sorry for that
13:37:16	 From  Thomas Wagner : No worries ;)
13:39:44	 From  Emanuele Ziglioli : Ric Losada? but that was zero paddin
13:51:12	 From  mnapier : The coefs are in a ROM.  You select them.
13:52:39	 From  Radu Pralea : prof. harris, you've mentioned your modified remez FIR designer. I was wondering how it compares with the Least Squares method (which also provides decaying lobes
13:54:17	 From  kclifford : I like Least Squares as well. Also one can add e.g. time domain constraints.
14:00:33	 From  Radu Pralea : great, thanks!
14:00:46	 From  kclifford : Thanks, much appreciated!
14:01:27	 From  Jeff Cannon : Great information.  Thanks, fred!
14:01:44	 From  magarac : thank you so much for great presentation dr harris ! I'm curious to learn more about polyphase filterbank for hearing aids which is topic of your upcoming paper, but did not catch when/where will it be published. also, some specifics about inband aliasing that might affect some processing like echo-canceller, etc...
thanks & best regards !