biquad filters from dsplib.h

Writing software that inputs and/or outputs audio and performs DSP algorithms such as filters, new codecs or audio effects.
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Ord
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biquad filters from dsplib.h

Post by Ord » Fri 2011-10-28 20:38

Hi,

I have been having a hard time to use the DspIir2Lq function from dsplib.

I notice that the header definition shows it returns s_int32, but when I look at the dis-assembly of my program it seems to return only a 16 bit value in A0, so I cast it to a s_int16.

I am calling it like this:

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// declare variables
s_int16 mem[5];
__y struct DSP_IIR2COEFF16 cf;

// setup coefficients for unity gain, no filter
		cf.b0 = 8191;
		cf.b1 = 0;
		cf.b2 = 0;
		cf.a1 = 0;
		cf.a2 = 0;

// then in the loop for processing samples:
lr[0] = (s_int16)DspIir2Lq(lr[0],&cf,mem);
Do I miss something?

Thanks!

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Re: biquad filters from dsplib.h

Post by pasi » Fri 2020-02-21 12:36

A very late reply: yes, the return type should be s_int16. Usually the return value is assigned to a s_int16 variable, so it doesn't matter.
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