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Thu Dec 6 17:12:32 CET 2007

## 1/8 or 1/4 frequency filter?

it's probably easier to separate the problem in 2 parts: (1 -1 ; -1 1)
with sqrt(2) amplitude, compensated by a single arbitrary
multiplication to get the gain to 1-2^(-8). this requires at least
16bit. incorporating the scaling factor in the matrix seems to lead to
the same precision problem, but requires 4 multiplications instead of
one.
so what about a 1/4 filter? that's even simpler, and doesn't require a
sqrt(2) scaling factor, so the (1-2^-8) scaling can be done without a
multiplier.
so.. the lpf filter i had before can be re-used. the only thing to add
is to cross-add the filter states, and add in the input signal.
rotating the signal can be done using a 4-state state machine, which
will add/subtract the signal to/from one of the states. +x +y -x -y
give this approach it's probably also possible to reduce the LPF state
from 24 to 16 bit. check this. in a stable regime, using 2 bytes, the
high byte will have the amplitude of the input at the frequency, so at
least for strong signals it would be stable (gain = 1). looks like it
has only effect on noise and rejection.

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