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A Linear Phase Two-Channel Filter Bank Allowing Perfect Reconstruction
Hitoshi KIYA Mitsuo YAE Masahiro IWAHASHI
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Publication Date: 1993/04/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8508
Type of Manuscript: PAPER
Category: Linear and Nonlinear Digital Filters
digital filter, multirate digital signal processing, filter band, subband coding,
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We propose a design method for a two-channel perfect reconstruction FIR filter banks employing linear-phase filters. This type of filter bank is especially important in splitting image signals into frequency bands for subband image cording. Because in such an application, it is necessary to use the combination of linear-phase filters and symmetric image signal, namely linear phase signal to avoid the increase in image size caused by filtering. In this paper, first we summarize the design conditions for two-channel filter banks. Next, we show that the design problem is reduced to a very simple linear equation, by using a half-band filter as a lowpass filter. Also the proposed method is available to lead filters with fewer complexity, which enable us to use simple arithmetic operations. For subband coding, the property is important because it reduces hardware complexity.