Filtering for Dynamic Signals, Part 1

Part one of a two-part seminar series exploring filter technologies and characteristics for dynamic measurements.

Doug Firth, President of PFI, discusses the signal-processing filter’s amplitude, phase and transient response along with practical criterion for filter selections.

 

In part II of the Filtering for Dynamic Signals series, Doug continues the series by exploring filter transient response including the impulse response, step response, and pulse response. Present the criterion for setting a filter to prevent aliasing and introduce the filter/amplifier with distributed gain along with a method to estimate noise given RTI and RTO noise specifications.

Click to watch the video of Part II in this series, Filtering for Dynamic Signals, Part 1 >