Time-division implementation of digital-network sensitivities

Time-division implementation of digital-network sensitivities

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A method is given for implementing digital-network sensitivities in time division with the network output. Extra processing, which takes place between one input sample and the next, is used. The structure to be implemented is obtained by adding to the original network delays smaller than the sampling interval, and cyclically variable multipliers of integer values.


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