Constrained-group-delay-optimized multiple-resonator-based harmonic analysis
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Recently, a multiple-resonator structure was proposed as a robust and computationally efficient tool for harmonic analysis. Two trivial cases have been previously observed. The first case exhibits good out-of-band suppression and elimination of unwanted harmonics, but with a high latency. In the second case, a phase frequency response around the passband centre is zero-flat, that provides fast estimates. However, in this case, resonant peaks at the ends of the passband and high interharmonic gains cause large overshoots. In general, the basic algorithm performance requirements: selectivity and speed, are contradictory which makes it impossible to completely fulfil both of them. In this paper, the Constrained Linear Least-Squares (CLLS) optimization method is used to obtain a compromise solution. As a result, the resonant peaks in the passband are avoided and side lobes are mitigated, simultaneously minimizing the group delay in the middle of the passband. Performed simulations confirme...d the effectiveness of the proposed algorithm.
Keywords:Recursive algorithm / Multiple-resonator / Harmonic analysis / Group delay / Frequency response / Constrained Linear Least-Squares (CLLS)
Source:Tehnički vjesnik, 2021, 28, 4, 1244-1252
- Strojarski Facultet