Filtered sequences do not have tails

For an input sequence of length N and a filter with L taps
the output sequence should have N + L-1 samples.
It seems that the GnuRadio implementation produces exactly N
samples, ie, it does not generate the L-1 tail samples.
I guess the reason is that there is no way of knowing
when the input sequence ended…

is this correct?

Achilleas

On Tue, Oct 17, 2006 at 06:32:19PM -0400, Achilleas A.
wrote:

For an input sequence of length N and a filter with L taps
the output sequence should have N + L-1 samples.
It seems that the GnuRadio implementation produces exactly N
samples, ie, it does not generate the L-1 tail samples.
I guess the reason is that there is no way of knowing
when the input sequence ended…

is this correct?

Yes.

Eric

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