Comparison of Cascade, Lattice, and Parallel Filter Architectures
Madsen, Christi K.
Eftekhar, Ali Asghar
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We examine the use of different high-level filter architectures (cascade, lattice, and parallel). We discuss their advantages and disadvantages, and we present simulation results and filter-tolerance tests. This information serves as a useful comparative analysis in the selection of a high-level filter architecture for a particular problem. The sensitivity to nonlinearity is also evaluated as resonance-enhanced power in the feedback path. For narrowband band-pass responses, cascade architectures appear to be more tolerant to filter parameter variations than lattice architectures and are substantially more efficient than parallel architectures
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