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Meeting: UCLA course ''Multirate Digital Filters and Applications''
 
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"Goodin, Bill" (BGoodin@UNEX.UCLA.EDU)
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Subject: Meeting: UCLA course ''Multirate Digital Filters and Applications''
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Meeting: UCLA course "Multirate Digital Filters and Applications"

On November 29-December 1, 1995, UCLA Extension will present the short
course, "Multirate Digital Filters and Applications", on the UCLA
campus in Los Angeles.

The instructor is Professor frederick harris, Electrical and Computer
Engineering, San Diego State University.

This course is an introduction to multirate digital filters, which are
variants of non-recursive filters, and incorporate one or more
resamplers in the signal path. These embedded resamplers affect
changes in sample rate for upsampling, downsampling, or combinations
of both. Changes in sampling rate as part of the signal processing is
a feature unique to sampled data systems. and has no counterpart in
continuous signal processing. Benefits include reduced cost for a
given signal processing task and improved levels of performance for a
given computational burden. This economy of computation has become an
essential requirement of modern communication systems, particularly
battery-operated equipment.

Specific course topics include: Introduction to sample rate
conversion, Non-recursive (finite impulse response) filters, Prototype
FIR filter design methods, Decimation and interpolation, Multirate
filters, Two-channel filter banks, M-channel filter banks,
Proportional bandwidth filter banks and wavelet analysis, Polyphase
recursive all-pass filter banks, Multirate filter applications.

The course fee is $1095, which includes extensive course materials.

For additional information and a complete course description, please
contact Marcus Hennessy at:

(310) 825-1047
(310) 206-2815 fax
mhenness@unex.ucla.edu
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