Task 1: A 3-channel system is to be developed that will communicate 2-dimensional image data (RGB) over the following frequency bands…
RED = 300Hz to 500Hz GREEN = 750Hz to 950Hz BLUE = 1.1kHz to 1.3kHz
The Nyquist frequency for the system is 2kHz. Design a channel separator comprising of a single IIR filter (help yulewalk) to spate the RED, GREEN, and BLUE data into the appropriate channels. Perform a frequency response test upon the IIR filter using an appropriate input signal to verify data in the required frequency bands is passed by the filter.
Task 2: Create three new filter files, one file to contain a conservative smoothing filter, the second to contain a median smoothing filter, and the third to contain a mean smoothing filter. Apply each filter to test_image.jpg (located in the course folder on Moodle).Verify the output of each filter. Add useful file handling and image processing features to your developed software for additional marks.
Your laboratory report must be written in AMC conference paper format; an editable Word template is in the course folder.
Your report must be a maximum of 5 pages. You are also allowed to include up to 5 pages of additional work (optional) if you want to gain extra marks; these optional pages do not need to be in AMC conference paper format and should be placed after your report.
Finally, please include a copy of your computer code at the very end of your report (you can just paste it in).