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This signal is then cleaned up by passing it through a low-pass filter to remove high-frequency components generated by the sampling process. 1 Generating Signals in MATLAB MATLAB includes a number of built-in functions that make it easy to generate both periodic and aperiodic signals. A small sample of these is shown in the following section. 1]); An exponentially damped sine wave is easily generated by taking the product of an exponential function and a sine wave: x (t ) = A sin (ω o t + ϕ ) e - at.
A ( na + 1) y ( n - na ) , where the coefficients A = [a(1), a(2), . . , a(na + 1)] and B = [b(1), b(2), . . , b(nb + 1)] are generated when the filter is synthesized, as shown in the following MATLAB code. 1 Filter Categories The major filter categories are as follows: • • • • Butterworth (maximally flat), Chebyshev (equiripple) Bessel (linear phase), elliptical. 15 that the cutoff frequency (200 Hz in this case) specified in MATLAB is equal to the 3 dB point for the Butterworth filter and to the pass-band ripple for the Chebyshev and elliptic filters.
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