Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
This dissertation studies the design of multirate filter banks by adopting a so-called system approach. The design issue of Johnston's method is first investigated in which an explicit expression of the reconstruction error is derived using Lyapunov stability theory, and new convergent iterative algorithms are proposed through non-linear optimization. The results are extended to the two-dimensional filter banks. The design issue of more general multirate filter banks is also investigated through model matching method. Using standard results from modern control theory, new design algorithms are developed which minimize the reconstruction error while completely eliminating the aliasing error. State-space realizations, inner-outer factorizations, and optimal Hankel norm approximation are used to reduce the complexity of computation and improve the accuracy of the proposed design algorithms.
Huang, Jian, "A System Approach to the Design of Multirate Filter Banks." (1998). LSU Historical Dissertations and Theses. 6740.