# IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing

IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing > 1992 > 40 > 11 > 2703 - 2714

IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing > 1993 > 41 > 6 > 2047 - 2066

*N*branches, each one having a sampling factor of

*p*

_{i}/

_{qi}, and their sum equals one. In this way, the well-known theory of filter banks with uniform band splitting is extended to allow for nonuniform divisions of the spectrum. This can be very useful in the...

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