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Live Q&A - The Quest for the Perfect Asynchronous Sample Rate Converter

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Live Q&A - The Quest for the Perfect Asynchronous Sample Rate Converter
Wessel Lubberhuizen
Live Q&A with Wessel Lubberhuizen for the talk titled The Quest for the Perfect Asynchronous Sample Rate Converter
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wesselSpeaker
Score: 0 | 2 months ago | no reply

I have used scripts from this website to compute coefficients for the polyphase IIR up/downsampling filters:
http://vadkudr.org/Algorithms/EMQFdemo/EMQFdemo.html
The scripts can be downloaded from this link:
http://vadkudr.org/Algorithms/EMQFdemo/EMQF.zip

10:04:48	 From  Rob Dye : The MATLAB scripts would be interesting
10:04:52	 From  Michael Kirkhart : Examples would be cool
10:10:43	 From  Radu Pralea : If you have any reference (literature) for this kind of three-PLL-based ASRC, please share
10:11:26	 From  mnapier : The interpolators I've seen are evaluated by plotting the magnitude and delay performance WRT the input spectrum.  So the input factor phi(or mu) is incremented from 0 to
10:18:36	 From  Michael Kirkhart : I cannot see your screen
10:20:35	 From  Michael Kirkhart : I believe this is the link for EMQF filters: http://vadkudr.org/Algorithms/EMQFdemo/EMQFdemo.html
10:25:11	 From  mnapier : Where is the MATLAB code?
10:25:27	 From  mnapier : Yes.
10:25:43	 From  wessel.lubberhuizen : http://vadkudr.org/Algorithms/EMQFdemo/
10:26:00	 From  Radu Pralea : If you have any reference (literature) for this kind of three-PLL-based ASRC, please share
10:26:25	 From  mnapier : Thank you for the presentation!
10:26:48	 From  JohnP : Thank you for your presentation.
10:27:03	 From  Rob Dye : Thanks for the presentation and Q&A

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