|Chapter title||Dynamic matched filtering: animating the action|
|Authors||Cain, G.D., Yardim, A. and Mughal, M.A.|
A simulink-based block diagram modelling environment is described which makes investigation of demanding DSP concepts such as FIR matched filtering easy and fun. Users interact with the experiment to a remarkable degree, watching scope displays while tuning parameter values or moving sliders to effect model changes during run time in a dynamic fashion. Instrumentation for achieved signal-to-noise ratio sits alongside displays advising the experimenter of theoretically optimal SNR for the current parameter settings. A small example problem using a single-pole noise-shaping filter is seen to be very enlightening, especially since a variable-coefficient matched filter block is employed which is self-designing in response to the prevailing pole radius and resonant frequency selection.
|Book title||2004 IEEE 11th Digital Signal Processing Workshop & 2nd IEEE Signal Processing Education Workshop|
|Place of publication||USA|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.1109/DSPWS.2004.1437914|
|Event||2004 IEEE 11th Digital Signal Processing Workshop and the 3rd IEEE Signal Processing Education Workshop|