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[[Category:Block Docs]]
 
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Generates taps for a band-reject filter and stores it in variable called whatever the ID is set to.  It's essentially a convenience wrapper for calling firdes.band_reject(). None of the parameters are realtime changeable because the taps are created once at the beginning of the flowgraph.
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Generates taps for a band-reject filter and stores it in variable called whatever the ID is set to.  It's essentially a convenience wrapper for calling firdes.band_reject().
  
 
== Parameters ==
 
== Parameters ==
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: Similar to the [[Variable]] block, the ID will hold the values generated.
 
: Similar to the [[Variable]] block, the ID will hold the values generated.
  
; Gain
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; Gain (''R'')
 
: Scaling factor applied to output.
 
: Scaling factor applied to output.
  
; Sample Rate
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; Sample Rate (''R'')
 
: Input sample rate.
 
: Input sample rate.
  
; Low Cutoff Freq
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; Low Cutoff Freq (''R'')
 
: Lower cutoff frequency in Hz
 
: Lower cutoff frequency in Hz
  
; High Cutoff Freq
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; High Cutoff Freq (''R'')
 
: Upper cutoff frequency in Hz
 
: Upper cutoff frequency in Hz
  
; Transition Width
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; Transition Width (''R'')
 
: Transition width between stop-band and pass-band in Hz
 
: Transition width between stop-band and pass-band in Hz
  
; Window
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; Window (''R'')
 
: Type of window to use
 
: Type of window to use
  
; Beta
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; Beta (''R'')
 
: The beta paramater only applies to the Kaiser window.
 
: The beta paramater only applies to the Kaiser window.
  

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