An Introduction to Parametric Digital Filters and Oscillators

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Wiley, Sep 12, 2003 - Science - 262 pages
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Since the 1960s Digital Signal Processing (DSP) has been one of the most intensive fields of study in electronics. However, little has been produced specifically on linear non-adaptive time-variant digital filters.
* The first book to be dedicated to Time-Variant Filtering
* Provides a complete introduction to the theory and practice of one of the subclasses of time-varying digital systems, parametric digital filters and oscillators
* Presents many examples demonstrating the application of the techniques

An indispensable resource for professional engineers, researchers and PhD students involved in digital signal and image processing, as well as postgraduate students on courses in computer, electrical, electronic and similar departments.

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Mikhail Cherniakov joined the Communications Engineering Group at the University of Birmingham in 2000, and is now Senior Lecturer in Communications, as well as head of the Microwave Integrated System Laboratory. His research here is dedicated to various aspects of bistatic radar, as well as the integration of wireless technologies. Previous to this he has been involved in a wide range of research projects, including defence electronics, and radar and mobile communication at the University of Queensland, Australia, and at the Moscow Institute of Electronics Engineering, Russia. Over the last 30 years, he has headed numerous lecture courses on Radar Systems, Satellite Communications, Digital Communiations and Advanced Communication Systems. He has written the book "An Introduction to Parametric Digital Filters and Oscillators" (Wiley, 2003), and over 140 technical papers.

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