I would like to create various random broadband signals. To create a broadband signal, I am using random (white) noise as input to an FIR filter. In practice, I will have many FIR filters with different coefficients (and likely different sampling rates, although they can be set to 44.1 kHz, 44.1 / 2 kHz, 44.1 / 4 kHz, ... etc).
Because I have so many broadbands, performance is an issue. I would like use IPP's FIR filter functionality to achieve this. However, my research on it indicates that I have to make a function call for each filter separately, and this would write the output samples in an array.
In my case, I am not interestedin the individual outputs for each FIR filter. This is because I will be summing all outputs together and make one new signal that contains the sum of all outputs. I am only interested in the sum of all outputs.
What I am concerned about is that writing the output each time in a separate output array for each FIR filter causes an overhead. Is there a way to configure the FIR filter so that it "adds" the output to an existing array as opposed to simply overwriting any existing data? This way, I won't have to do a whole new loop for each FIR filter to copy its output samples to an existing array.
Please note that each FIR filter has a different input array (i.e. different random noise).