Digital Signal Processing: DSP and Applications

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Newnes, Jul 13, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 229 pages
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This book is a uniquely practical DSP text which places the emphasis on understanding the principles and applications of DSP with a minimum of mathematics. In one volume, it covers a broad area of digital signal processing systems such as A/D and D/A converters, adaptive filters, spectral estimation, neural networks, Kalman filters, fuzzy logic, data compression, error correction and DSP programming. Many courses will find that this book will replace several texts currently in use.

The level is ideal for introductory university modules, and similar courses such as HNC/D. As DSP has come to be studied at a lower academic level over recent years this text meets a genuine need. It is also suitable for use on industrial training courses and ideal as a reference text for professionals.

A readable introduction to the practical application of DSP
Broad coverage of the subject means this will cover a typical undergraduate module in just one book
Practical focus with maths treated as a practical tool - not an advanced maths text
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction
1
Chapter 2 The analogdigital interface
20
Chapter 3 Adaptive digital systems
48
Chapter 4 Nonlinear applications
69
Chapter 5 Spectral analysis and modulation
100
Chapter 6 Introduction to Kalman filters
119
Chapter 7 Data compression
136
Chapter 8 Errorcorrecting codes
160
Chapter 9 Digital signal processors
186
References
217
Glossary
219
Index
225
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Stranneby is with the University of Orebro, Sweden.

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