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Filtering a Sampled Signal Using FIR Filters in a Morsecode Translator

, 19 Dec 2010
Using FIR filtering (finite impulse response) coefficients to create filters

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About the Author

Nigel Ealand
Engineer BBC News
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I do a little programming in VB2010 and for PIC controllers. I wouldn't call myself an expert as it always takes me a long time and I'm constantly learning. I enjoy what I do.
 
I've completed a few projects.
 
Tide calculator for the UK
Sony LANC camera remote control - serial and Pic controllers
PIC Pulse Induction Metal Detector
Morse Code through the sound card
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I also do a little web design and maintain my diving club's web site at http://www.esac.org.uk/.

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