Wolfram Language & System 10.0 (2014)|Legacy Documentation

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Filter-Design Window Functions

The Wolfram Language has a complete set of window functions that are commonly used in the design of finite impulse response (FIR) filters, with additional applications in spectral and spatial analysis. In filter design, windows are typically used to reduce unwanted ripples in the frequency response of a filter.


Nonparameterized Windows

DirichletWindow HammingWindow BlackmanWindow

BartlettHannWindow  ▪  BartlettWindow  ▪  BlackmanHarrisWindow  ▪  BlackmanNuttallWindow  ▪  BohmanWindow  ▪  ExactBlackmanWindow  ▪  FlatTopWindow  ▪  KaiserBesselWindow  ▪  LanczosWindow  ▪  NuttallWindow  ▪  ParzenWindow

Parameterized Windows

KaiserWindow HannWindow

CauchyWindow  ▪  ConnesWindow  ▪  CosineWindow  ▪  GaussianWindow  ▪  HannPoissonWindow  ▪  PoissonWindow  ▪  TukeyWindow  ▪  WelchWindow