EE 445S Real

Time Digital
Signal Processing Lab
Fall
2013
Lab 3
IIR Filters
Chao Jia
Debarati Kundu
Andrew Mark
2
Outline
IIR Filters DF

I and Implementation
IIR Filter DF

II and Implementation
IIR Filter SOS and Implementation
3
IIR Filters
IIR
Filters
can
be
represented
as
Its
time
domain
equivalent
is
This
is
called
“Direct
Form”
since
the
multiplier
coefficients
in
the
difference
equation
are
precisely
the
coefficients
of
the
transfer
function
.
M
=
k
k
k
N
=
k
k
k
Y(z)z
a
X(z)z
b
=
Y[z]
1
0
M
=
k
k
N
=
k
k
k]
y[n
a
k]
x[n
b
=
y[n]
1
0
M
M
2
N
N
2
1
z
a
+
+
z
a
+
z
a
z
b
+
+
z
b
+
z
b
+
b
=
X[z]
Y[z]
=
H[z]
2
1
1
2
1
0
1
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IIR Filters DF

I Implementation
M
=
k
k
N
=
k
k
k]
y[n
a
k]
x[n
b
=
y[n]
1
0
Compute
y[n]
Update
state
variables
x
[
n
−
N
]
=x
[
n
−
N+
1
]
x
[
n
−
N+
1
]
=x
[
n
−
N+
2
]
.
.
.
.
x
[
n
−
1
]
=x
[
n
]
y
[
n
−
M
]
=y
[
n
−
M+
1
]
y
[
n
−
M+
1
]
=y
[
n
−
M+
2
]
.
.
.
.
y
[
n
−
1
]
=y
[
n
]
5
IIR Filters DF

II Implementation
Compute
v[n]
Compute
y[n]
Update
state
variables
N
=
k
k
k]
v[n
a
x[n]
=
v[n]
1
N
=
k
k
0
k]
v[n
b
+
v[n]
b
=
y[n]
1
v
[
n
−
N
]
=v
[
n
−
N+
1
]
v
[
n
−
N+
1
]
=v
[
n
−
N+
2
]
.
.
.
.
v
[
n
−
1
]
=v
[
n
]
6
IIR Filters SOS Implementation
A
cascade
of
second
order
sections
(SOS)
.
Each
section
is
just
a
second
order
IIR
filter,
also
called
as
biquad
.
6

7
Discrete

Time IIR Biquad
For poles at
, where is the pole
radius (
r
< 1 for stability), with
y
=
–
2
a
:
Real poles:
•
Q
= ½
•
h[n] =
C
0
a
n
u
[
n
] +
C
1
n a
n
u
[
n
]
Poles on unit circle:
•
(oscillatory response)
Example: To maintain stability (given a 16

bit fixed

point digital
signal processor with 40

bit accumulators),
Q
max
~ 40
Q=
√
(
1
+r
2
)
2
−
y
2
2
(
1
−
r
2
)
where
1
2
≤
Q<
∞
2
2
+b
a
r=
Filter design programs often use
r
as approximation of quality factor
Q
j
re
jb
a
6

8
IIR Filter Implementation
Classical IIR filter designs
•
Filter of order
n
will have
n
/2 conjugate poles if
n
is even or
one real pole and (
n

1)/2 conjugate poles if
n
is odd
•
Response is very sensitive to perturbations in pole locations
Rule

of

thumb for implementing IIR filter
•
Decompose IIR filter into second

order sections (
biquads
)
•
Cascade
biquads
from input to output in order of ascending
quality factors
9
IIR Filters SOS Implementation
The
fdatool
in
Matlab
automatically
breaks
the
IIR
filter
into
biquads
.
Same
coefficients
are
used
as
DF

I
and
DF

II
.
For
M
biquads
,
you
also
get
M+
1
scaling
factors
.
Typically
scale
M+
1
=
1
Implementation
is
like
Use
either
DF

I
or
DF

II
to
implement
each
biquad
.
Each
biquad
has
its
own
state
variables
.
DO
NOT
MIX
THE
STATE
VARIABLES
OF
BIQUADS
.
Scale
1
Biquad
1
Scale
2
Biquad
2
…
Scale
M
Biquad
M
Scale
M+1
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