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5.4 ALLPASS FILTERS
An allpass filter has a frequency response with a constant magnitude, This unit magnitude constraint constrains the poles and zeros of a rational system function to occur in conjugate reciprocal pairs: Thus, if H ( z ) has a pole at z = ak, H ( z ) must have a zero at the conjugate reciprocal location z = l/a,*. If h ( n ) is realvalued, the complex roots in Eq. (5.15)occur in conjugate pairs, and if these conjugate pairs are combined to form secondorder factors, the system function may be written as where the coefficients b k , ck, and dk are real. If an allpass filter H ( z ) is stable and causal, the poles of H ( z ) lie inside the unit circle, lak(< 1. Figure 55 shows a typical polezero plot for an allpass filter. Allpass filters are useful for group delay equalization to compensate for phase nonlinearities. Fig. 55. Illustration of the conjugate reciprocal symmetry constraint that is placed on the poles and zeros of an allpass system. A stable allpass filter has a group delay that is nonnegative for all w . This follows from the fact that, for a firstorder allpass factor of the form  a* ! H(z)= where a! = r e j e , the group delay is
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Therefore, with 0 5 r < 1, it follows that s ( w ) > 0. Because a general allpass filter has a group delay that is a sum of terms of this form, the group delay of a rational, stable, and causal allpass filter is nonnegative. A filter may be cascaded with an allpass filter without changing the magnitude of the frequency response. If the pole of the allpass filter cancels a zero, the zero is replaced with one at the conjugate reciprocal location.

