Finite Word-Length Effects in Digital State-Space Filters
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The state-space description of digital filters involves except the relationship between input and output signals an additional set of state variables. The state-space structures of digital filters have many positive properties compared with direct canonical structures. The main advantage of digital filter structures developed using state-space technique is a smaller sensitivity to quantization effects by fixed-point implementation. In our presentation, the emphasis is on the analysis of coefficient quantization and on existence of zero-input limit cycles in state-space digital filters. The comparison with direct form II structure is presented.
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SourceRadioengineering. 1999, vol. 8, č. 4, s. 7-10. ISSN 1210-2512
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