FilterAid0.1b: Web-Based IIR FilterDesign Simulator

Authors: Gary Bernitz and Vivek Mani
Contributors: Brian Evans and Dogu Arifler

Running FilterAid0.1b:

Filter-Aid0.1b is a filter design simulator developed at the University of Texas at Austin to automate IIR filter design on the Internet. It is capable of plotting the magnitude, phase, and step responses for a given set of user-inputted filter conditions. For more information concerning the input conditions and filter simulation consult the following resource: An Automated Framework for Multicriteria Optimization of Analog Filter Designs by N. Damera-Venkata and B. L. Evans in IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Analog and Digital Signal Processing.

It is capable of automated simulation of the following five combinations of poles and zeroes:
The graphical user interface of the applet uses Java's swing windowing package so requires a Java compatible browser with the appropriate swing plug-in. The filter simulator will run under any Java 2-enabled browser. Otherwise, you will be automatically pointed to a URL for the Java Plug-in installer. If Java 2 support is enabled, then you should see a button centered on the next line:


</COMMENT>            No Java 2 SDK, Standard Edition v 1.3 support to run the applet    

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Please send comments to arifler@ece.utexas.edu. Last updated: 11/12/01