Date of Award

Spring 1981

Document Type

Dissertation

Degree Name

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Department

Electrical/Computer Engineering

Committee Director

John W. Stoughton

Committee Member

Stephen A. Zahorian

Committee Member

John Heinbockel

Abstract

This dissertation presents a method of modeling two dimensional sampled data systems with two sampling rates in each dimension. This methodology is applied to the problem of synthesizing two dimensional velocity filters using one dimensional prototypes and multirate concepts.

The modeling method includes the replacement of scalar z-transforms of signals by vectors of polynomials, and the replacement of scalar z-transforms of impulse responses by matrices of polynomials.

The synthesis of velocity filters is accomplished through the use of coordinate transformations in the z-transform domain which skew the ω12 axes on the unit bidisc. The filters synthesized using these methods operate at sampling rates higher than the input and output data rates. The process of interpolating the input to accommodate the increase in sampling rates is analyzed in the frequency domain.

This overall methodology is applied to the synthesis of fan filters of arbitrary order. Simple synthesis and realization methods are given.

DOI

10.25777/cwm1-rx36

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