A Digital Signal Processing Laboratory Using the TMS320C30
This book is appropriate for first-year graduate students, as well as undergraduate seniors. Designed for courses in DSP, DSP Hardware, Microprocessors. Centered around a set of experiments for the TMS320C30, the goal of this book is to teach how to program the TMS320C30 and illustrate concepts from the theory of digital signal processing. The user must have a solid understanding of DSP algorithms as well as an appreciation of basic computer architecture concepts.
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adaptive filter addressing mode algorithm aliasing assembler assembly language bandpass bit-reversed bits buffer butterfly byte cascade form channel Chapter circular buffer compute control register CVSDM cycles D/A converter debugger decimation Direct Form EVM board evm_init Experiment Figure filter coefficients FIR filter fixed-point fixed-point arithmetic flag function global hardware Henrik Sorensen host PC implementation initialize input samples input signal instructions integer integer factor interface interpolation length linker linker command file Load loop lowpass filter Matlab module mpyf multiplication operations oscilloscope pointer program in Fig quantization effects quantization noise random number receive receiveO reset sampling frequency sampling program sampling rate sequence SERCOM Serial port setup shown in Fig signal processing sinewave Source Debugger spectrum spread-spectrum squarewave stack subroutine symbol synchronization Timer transfer transmission transmit unknown system variables word zero