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Entry  Mon Sep 20 15:42:44 2021, Ian MacMillan, Summary, Computers, Quantization Code Summary 472px-Typical_State_Space_model.svg.pngBiquad_filter_DF-IIx.svg.pngSS-IIR-TF.pdf
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          Reply  Mon Sep 27 16:03:15 2021, Ian MacMillan, Summary, Computers, Quantization Noise Calculation Summary DeltaNoiseSpectrum.pdf
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Message ID: 16361     Entry time: Mon Sep 27 16:03:15 2021     In reply to: 16360     Reply to this: 16362
Author: Ian MacMillan 
Type: Summary 
Category: Computers 
Subject: Quantization Noise Calculation Summary 

I have coded up the procedure in the previous post: The result does not look like what I would expect. 

As shown in Attachment1 I have the power spectrum of the 32-bit output and the 64-bit output as well as the power spectrum of the two subtracted time series as well as the subtracted power spectra of both. unfortunately, all of them follow the same general shape of the raw output of the filter. 

I would not expect quantization noise to follow the shape of the filter. I would instead expect it to be more uniform. If anything I would expect the quantization noise to increase with frequency. If a high-frequency signal is run through a filter that has high quantization noise then it will severely degrade: i.e. higher quantization noise. 

This is one reason why I am confused by what I am seeing here. In all cases including feeding the same and different white noise into both filters, I have found that the calculated quantization noise is proportional to the response of the filter. this seems wrong to me so I will continue to play around with it to see if I can gain any intuition about what might be happening.

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