Arbitrary response magnitude filter specification object

`D= fdesign.arbmag`

D= fdesign.arbmag(SPEC)

D = fdesign.arbmag(SPEC,specvalue1,specvalue2,...)

D = fdesign.arbmag(specvalue1,specvalue2,specvalue3)

D = fdesign.arbmag(...,Fs)

`D= fdesign.arbmag`

constructs
an arbitrary magnitude filter specification object `D`

.

`D= fdesign.arbmag(SPEC)`

initializes
the `Specification`

property to `SPEC`

.
The input argument `SPEC`

must be one of the entries
shown in the following table. Specification entries are not case sensitive.

Specification entries marked with an asterisk require the DSP System Toolbox™ software.

`'N,F,A'`

— Single band design (default)`'F,A,R'`

— Single band minimum order design *`'N,B,F,A'`

— Multiband design`'N,B,F,A,C'`

— Constrained multiband design *`'B,F,A,R'`

— Multiband minimum order design *`'Nb,Na,F,A'`

— Single band design *`'Nb,Na,B,F,A'`

— Multiband design *

The `SPEC`

entries are defined as follows:

`A`

— Amplitude vector. Values in`A`

define the filter amplitude at frequency points you specify in`f`

, the frequency vector. If you use`A`

, you must use`F`

as well. Amplitude values must be real. For complex values designs, use`fdesign.arbmagnphase`

.`B`

— Number of bands in the multiband filter`C`

— Constrained band flag. This enables you to constrain the passband ripple in your multiband design. You cannot constrain the passband ripple in all bands simultaneously.`F`

— Frequency vector. Frequency values in specified in`F`

indicate locations where you provide specific filter response amplitudes. When you provide`F`

, you must also provide`A`

.`N`

— Filter order for FIR filters and the numerator and denominator orders for IIR filters.`Nb`

— Numerator order for IIR filters`Na`

— Denominator order for IIR filter designs`R`

— Ripple

By default, this method assumes that all frequency specifications are supplied in normalized frequency.

`F`

and `A`

are the input
arguments you use to define the filter response desired. Each frequency
value you specify in `F`

must have a corresponding
response value in `A`

. The following table shows
how `F`

and `A`

are related.

Define the frequency vector `F`

as ```
[0
0.25 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.75 1.0]
```

Define the response vector `A`

as ```
[1
1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1]
```

These specifications connect `F`

and `A`

as
shown here:

F (Normalized Frequency) | A (Response Desired at F) |
---|---|

0 | 1 |

0.25 | 1 |

0.3 | 0 |

0.4 | 0 |

0.5 | 0 |

0.6 | 0 |

0.7 | 0 |

0.75 | 1 |

1.0 | 1 |

Different specifications can have different design methods available.
Use `designmethods`

to get a
list of design methods available for a given specification and filter
specification object.

Use `designopts`

to get
a list of design options available for a filter specification object
and a given design method. Enter `help(D,METHOD)`

to
get detailed help on the available design options for a given design
method.

`D = fdesign.arbmag(SPEC,specvalue1,specvalue2,...)`

initializes
the specifications with `specvalue1`

, `specvalue2`

.
Use `get(D,'Description')`

for descriptions of the
various specifications `specvalue1`

, `specvalue2`

,
... `specvalueN`

.

`D = fdesign.arbmag(specvalue1,specvalue2,specvalue3)`

uses
the default specification `'N,F,A'`

, setting the
filter order, filter frequency vector, and the amplitude vector to
the values `specvalue1`

, `specvalue2`

,
and `specvalue3`

.

`D = fdesign.arbmag(...,Fs)`

specifies
the sampling frequency in Hz. All other frequency specifications are
also assumed to be in Hz when you specify `Fs`

.