Digital Signal Processing Demystified

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Newnes, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 203 pages
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James D. Broesch is a staff engineer for General Atomics, where he is responsible for the design and development of several advanced control systems used on fusion control programs. He also teaches classes in signal processing and hardware design at the University of California-San Diego.

Integrated book/software package allows readers to simulate digital signal processing (DSP) situations and experiment with effects of different DSP techniques.
Gives an applications-oriented approach to DSP instead of a purely mathematical one.
The accompanying CD includes a DSP "calculator" to help solve design problems
 

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Contents

Preface
1
Chapter 1 Digital Signal Processing
3
Chapter 2 The General Model of a DSP System
9
Chapter 3 The Numerical Basis for DSP
17
Chapter 4 Signal Acquisition
49
Chapter 5 Some Example Applications
59
Chapter 6 The Fourier Series
75
Chapter 7 Orthogonality and Quadrature
83
Chapter 11 Tools for Working with DSP
153
Chapter 12 DSP and the Future
163
Appendix A Fundamentals of Engineering Calculus and Other Math Tools
167
Appendix B DSP Vendors
181
Appendix C Useful Magazines and Other Publications
187
Additional Web Resources
189
Glossary
191
References
195

Chapter 8 Transforms
97
Chapter 9 FIR Filter Design
119
The IIR
137

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