# Difference between revisions of "Finite Impulse Response Filter"

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− | A digital Filter with finite impulse response and thus a limited number of coefficients. The outgoing signal is simply the sum of the products of the incoming signal samples with the filter coefficients. | + | A '''Finite Impulse Response Filter''' (short '''FIR Filter''') is a digital Filter with finite impulse response and thus a limited number of coefficients. The outgoing signal is simply the sum of the products of the incoming signal samples with the filter coefficients. |

− | FIR filters are easy to implement and have many pleasing properties | + | FIR filters are easy to implement and have many pleasing properties. |

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+ | ''see also'' [[wikipedia:Finite impulse response|wikipedia: Finite impulse response]] | ||

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+ | [[Category:Technology]] |

## Latest revision as of 01:22, 3 April 2005

A **Finite Impulse Response Filter** (short **FIR Filter**) is a digital Filter with finite impulse response and thus a limited number of coefficients. The outgoing signal is simply the sum of the products of the incoming signal samples with the filter coefficients.

FIR filters are easy to implement and have many pleasing properties.

*see also* wikipedia: Finite impulse response