Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing

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Prentice Hall, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 810 pages
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This professional reference provides thorough coverage of digital signal processing techniques and all essential theory—extensively supported by examples, but not dependent on calculus. Motivated learners (even those several years out of school) will be able to master the major DSP methods presented here with step-by-step explanations. The book contains a variety of interesting and in-depth DSP explorations to help establish the link between theory and practice—and give readers a sense of how DSP is used, and an introduction to hardware and software for digital signal processors. For Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Electronics Technologists, Electronics Engineering Technologists, Computer Engineering Technologists, and Researchers.

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Contents

CRASH COURSE IN DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
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ANALOGTODIGITAL AND DIGITALTOANALOG
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DIGITAL SIGNALS
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