Digital Filtering: A Computer Laboratory Textbook

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Wiley, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 224 pages
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Useful as a complement to a digital signal processing (DSP) text, as the text for an introductory laboratory course in DSP or as a self-paced introduction to DSP basics. Provides exposure to DSP in a computer environment. Includes a summary of the concepts basic to signal processing, nine projects and more than ten exercises to reinforce these concepts plus a library of DSP computer functions that run on personal computers using the MS-DOS operating system.

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FIR Filter Design
IIR Filters

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Smith--The Open University

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