What is the difference between the Signal Processing Toolbox and the Filter Design Toolbox?

I would like to know the difference between the Signal Processing Toolbox and the Filter Design Toolbox.


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The Filter Design Toolbox builds upon the Signal Processing Toolbox by adding advanced filter design algorithms, fixed-point filter analysis

and simulation, multirate filters, and adaptive filters. Some of the

key features for the Filter Design Toolbox are:

- Design and analysis of filters from the FDATool GUI or from the command line

- Advanced FIR filter design methods: generalized Remez, halfband, Nyquist, interpolated FIR, CIC compensators, inverse-sinc, minimum-phase, constrained-ripple, sloped stopband, least Pth-norm, and perfect reconstruction 2 channel filter banks.

- Advanced IIR filter design methods: arbitrary group-delay equalization, comb filters, peaking/notching filters, arbitrary magnitude, constrained radius.

- IIR frequency transformations to convert lowpass filters into bandpass, multiband and complex filters among others.

- A suite of multirate filtering efficient polyphase structures for interpolation, fractional interpolation, decimation, fractional decimation, and sampling-rate conversion.

- Support for CIC-interpolation and CIC-decimation.




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