## What is the Kaiser window explain the procedure for designing a FIR filter using Kaiser window?

By using Kaiser window attempt is made to reduce the sidelobe level & control by modifying nth order Bessel function I0(x)& controlling the shape factor by adjustable parameter α. Few dB sidelobe level response is also reduced. In this paper the design of digital FIR filter has been discussed.

**How you will design an FIR filter using window method?**

Digital filter design involves four steps:

- 1) Determining specifications.
- 2) Finding a transfer function.
- 3) Choosing a realization structure.
- 4) Implementing the filter.

**Why Kaiser window is most used for designing FIR filter?**

The Kaiser window is chosen as it contains an adjustable parameter with which main lobe width and correspondingly minimum stop band attenuation of designed filter can be controlled.

### What is the principle of designing FIR filter using Windows?

The window method always designs a finite-impulse-response (FIR) digital filter (as opposed to an infinite-impulse-response (IIR) digital filter).

**What is the significance of Kaiser windows give expression for Kaiser windows?**

The Kaiser window is an approximation to the prolate spheroidal window, for which the ratio of the mainlobe energy to the sidelobe energy is maximized. For a Kaiser window of a particular length, the parameter β controls the relative sidelobe attenuation.

**What is FIR filter design?**

Filter design An FIR filter is designed by finding the coefficients and filter order that meet certain specifications, which can be in the time domain (e.g. a matched filter) and/or the frequency domain (most common). Matched filters perform a cross-correlation between the input signal and a known pulse shape.

#### Which window is best for designing FIR filter?

The side love of Gaussian window, Hamming window, Kaiser window and Blackman window are -57.2, -42.5, -58.3, and -58.1 respectively. The design procedure done in the MATLAB software. It is concluded that Black man window is the best window, because its side lobe is the better than another window.

**What is the significance of Kaiser window give expression for Kaiser window?**

**Why we use Kaiser window?**

It is a one-parameter family of window functions used in finite impulse response filter design and spectral analysis. The Kaiser window approximates the DPSS window which maximizes the energy concentration in the main lobe but which is difficult to compute.

## Which type of function is used in Kaiser window?

The Kaiser window, also known as the Kaiser–Bessel window, was developed by James Kaiser at Bell Laboratories. It is a one-parameter family of window functions used in finite impulse response filter design and spectral analysis.

**What are the different windowing methods for design of FIR filters?**

This project deals with Design of FIR filters using two types of windowing methods (Rectangular window and the Kaiser window) and the comparison of the results obtained.

**What are the design formulas that underlie the Kaiser window?**

The design formulas that underlie the Kaiser window and its application to FIR filter design are. where α = –20log 10δ is the stopband attenuation expressed in decibels, and. where n is the filter order and Δω is the width of the smallest transition region.

### How to design an FIR filter using kaiserord?

To design an FIR filter b that approximately meets the specifications given by f, a, and dev, use b = fir1 (n,Wn,kaiser (n+1,beta),ftype,’noscale’). [n,Wn,beta,ftype] = kaiserord (f,a,dev,fs) uses a sample rate fs in Hz. c = kaiserord (f,a,dev,fs,’cell’) returns a cell array whose elements are the parameters to fir1.

**What are the properties of Kaiser window?**

2. Kaiser Window The width of the main lobe is inversely proportional to the length of the filter. The attenuation in the side lobe is, however, independent of the length and is function of the type of the window. A complete review of many window functions and their properties was presented by Harris.