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Consider the firstorder allpole tilter with a system function
1 H(z)=1  cuz' If the input to this filter, e ( n ) , is zero mean white noise with a variance a, , variance of the output will be the a = a,, ; ,,=C
h(n)12 = 4 lul2''= a,: 1  laI2
Returning to the direct form I filter, note that the model in Fig. 818(c) may be represented in the equivalent form shown in Fig. 819 where Fig. 819. An additive noise model after combining noise sources.
Thus, the quantization noise is filtered only by the poles of the filter, and the output noise satisfies the difference equation If the noise sources are uncorrelated, as assumed by the third property above, the variance of e,(n) is the sum of the variances of the five noise sources, or Assuming that the filter is stable, and that the poles of the filter are complex, CHAP. 81
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the variance of the output noise is
a2 = 5 , . z' d z
Using Cauchy's residue theorem to evaluate this integral, we find that
Note that as the poles move closer to the unit circle, r + 1, the variance of the output noise increases. The noise performance of digital filters may be improved by using (2B 1)bit adders to accumulate sums of products prior to quantization. In this case, the difference equation for the direct form I network becomes Thus, the sums are accumulated with an accuracy of 2B 1 bits, and the sum is then quantized to B 1 bits in order to store j(n  I) and j ( n  2) in ( B ])bit delay registers and to generate the (B I)bit output j(n). Because there is only one quantizer, which quantizes the sum of products. the variance of the noise source in Fig. 819 is reduced from 50; to 0: ,. 8.6.4 Pairing and Ordering
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