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Entry  Fri Nov 25 22:11:12 2011, Mirko, Update, CDS, Beware of fancy filter modules ChebyTST3.pngCheby.pngCoherenceCheby.pdfChebyAt16kHzBlackand2kHzRed.png
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                Reply  Tue Nov 29 15:30:01 2011, jamie, Update, CDS, location of currently used filter function 
                   Reply  Tue Nov 29 15:57:43 2011, Den, Update, CDS, location of currently used filter function 
Message ID: 6037     Entry time: Tue Nov 29 15:30:01 2011     In reply to: 6031     Reply to this: 6038
Author: jamie 
Type: Update 
Category: CDS 
Subject: location of currently used filter function 

So I tracked down where the currently-used filter function code is defined (the following is all relative to /opt/rtcds/caltech/c1/core/release):

Looking at one of the generated front-end C source codes (src/fe/c1lsc/c1lsc.c) it looks like the relevant filter function is:

filterModuleD()

which is defined in:

src/include/drv/fm10Gen.c

and an associated header file is:

src/include/fm10Gen.h
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