Dynamic Performance Testing of Excluded Spectra Range of Band- Stop-Filter

Gwanggil Jeon
June 2013
International Journal of Control & Automation;Jun2013, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p347
Academic Journal
This paper studies about band-stop-filter which attenuates certain areas, and passes very high and very low band of frequencies. We study the influence of excluded spectra range by evaluating MSE and PSNR performance. Simulation results confirm that accepting more high frequency energy improves image details, and accepting more low frequency energy enriches image intensities.


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