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'[PICLIST] Using a PIC for a DSP Low Pass audio fil'
2000\12\19@214532 by Neil Gandler

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I have an application where I wan't to implement a 1 channel
low-pass digital audio filter. The freqeuence response of this filter is < 1Khz. Due to the low frequencies and only one channel requirement, I wonder if a processor as simple as a PIC could do the trick. This would save time, since I wouldn't have to deal with a more complicated DSP processor. Has anyone used a PIC for such a function?. What CODEC or A/D, D/A did you use?
Any advice, info would be appreciated.

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2000\12\19@231903 by Graeme Zimmer

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Hi Neil,


> I have an application where I wan't to implement a 1 channel
> low-pass digital audio filter.

Have a look at   http://www.users.bigpond.com/gzimmer/
it might give you some ideas.......

.................. Zim

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2000\12\20@020359 by dr. Imre Bartfai

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Hi,

Microchip has an AN on this topics. Unfortunately, I have only the 17Cxx
version at hand (AN540), but it contains the theory and I definitely know
there is also a 16Cxx version.

Regards,
Imre


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