A Simple Approach to Digital Signal Processing

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Wiley, Mar 26, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 248 pages
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A readable, understandable introduction to DSP for professionals and students alike . . .

This practical guide is a welcome alternative to more complicated introductions to DSP. It assumes no prior DSP experience and takes the reader step-by-step through the most basic signal processing concepts to more complex functions and devices, including sampling, filtering, frequency transforms, data compression, and even DSP design decisions. The guide provides clear, concise explanations and examples, while keeping mathematics to a minimum, to help develop a fundamental understanding of DSP.

Other features include:
* An extensive resource bibliography of more advanced DSP books.
* An example of a typical DSP system development cycle, including tool descriptions.
* A complete glossary of DSP-related acronyms

Whether you're a working engineer looking into DSP for the first time or an undergraduate struggling to comprehend the subject, this engaging introduction provides easy access to the basic knowledge that will lead to more advanced material.

Texas Instruments has been designing and manufacturing single-chip DSP devices since 1982 and now produces eight distinct generations as part of the industry-standard TMS320 family. Much of this book is based on the experience TI gained in developing DSPs and training first-time users.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Why Do It Digitally Anyway?
17
Converting Analog to Digital
31
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

CRAIG MARVEN graduated from the University of Liverpool in 1980 and has worked with TI DSPs since their introduction in 1982. He is well known in the education community for his liaison work between TI and universities throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.

GILLIAN EWERS graduated with honors from the University of Loughborough in 1985. After a period in DSP support with a major semiconductor component distributor, she joined TI in 1989, where she spent her first three years as a fixed-point DSP specialist.

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