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A Class of Sampling Rate Converters with Interesting Properties
In this paper, a general class of sampling rate converters for conversion between arbitrary sampling rates is presented. The performance of these converters can be described by simple formulas that show how to trade off memory consumption versus computational complexity. Especially, converters with optimum properties in view of computational complexity are presented. Possible applications of these converters are pitch shifting or correction as well as sampling rate conversion by digital systems with memory limitation.
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