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DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING DEMYSTIFIED

Author(s) James Broesch
Year of Publication 1997
Edition First Edition
Pages 203
Cover Type Soft Cover
Size 7.25" x 9.25"
Book Includes CD with DSP Calculator
ISBN-13 978-81-87972-04-4

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About the Book

About The Book

ABOUT THE BOOK: Digital Signal Processing is one of the hottest areas of contemporary electronics and telecommunications and one of the toughest to master. If you are an engineer and student seeking to acquire new design skills you may have a hard time finding a practical, step-by-step approach.

James Broesch has the answer you have been looking for! His book breaks into easily understood components and provides an intuitive, practical development of the major concepts.

In addition, the enclosed Digital Signal Processing Calculator software for windows works hand-in-hand with the text to give you dynamic demonstrations of the concepts taught. CD-ROM for window 3.1 and 95 machines contains the Digital Signal Processing calculator suite of powerful interactive software routines that enable you to create waveforms, design filters, filter waveforms, and display and analyze the results.

The routines contained in the calculator are :

  • General Purpose Function Generator,
  • Fourier Waveform Generator FT Conversion
  • DFT Conversion FFT Conversion
  • Complex Waveform Generation
  • Real and Imaginary Waveform Display
  • Convolution Routine Filter Design Routine

Here is what you will find:

  • A clear model of a generic Digital Signal Processing system
  • The math underlying Digital Signal Processing design explained in accessible, intuitive language
  • The basics of periodic language explained in plain English
  • A lucid introduction to the discrete Fourier transform, fast Fourier transform and other important tools.
  • Lots of information on the important FIR and IIR digital filters
  • A practical and informative explanation of convolution and its uses Real world applications, hints and tricks-of-the-trade And much more!
Contents

Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

  1. About the Accompanying Software

  2. Digital Signal Processing

  3. The General Model of a Digital Signal Processing System

  4. The Numerical Basis for Digital Signal Processing

  5. Signal Acquisition

  6. Some Example Applications

  7. The Fourier Series

  8. Orthogonality and Quadrature

  9. Transforms

  10. FIR Filter Design

  11. The IIR

  12. Tools for Working with Digital Signal Processing

  13. Digital Signal Processing and the Future

  • Appendices
    • Fundamentals of Engineering Calculus and Other Math Tools

    • Digital Signal Processing Vendors

    • Useful Magazines and Other Publications Glossary References Index

About the Author

About the author

James Broesch is a staff engineer at General Atomics. He is responsible for the design and development of several advanced control systems used on the DIII-D Tokamak Fusion Research Program. He has over 10 years of experience in designing and developing communications and control systems for applications ranging from submarines to satellites. James Broesch teaches classes in signal processing and hardware design via the Extension office of the University of California, San Diego. He is the author of Practical Programmable Circuits (Academic Press) as well as magazine articles and numerous technical papers.

Key features

Key features

  • A clear model of a generic Digital Signal Processing system
  • The math underlying Digital Signal Processing design, explained in accessible, intuitive language.
  • The basics of periodic language explained in plain English.
  • A lucid introduction to the discrete. Fourier transform, fast Fourier transform and other important tools.
  • Lots of information on the important FIR and IIR digital filters.
  • A practical and informative explaination of convolution and its uses.
  • Real world applications, hints and tricks- of-the trade.
  • And much more !
Readership

Readership

Undergraduate Electronics Students of Engineering, Technology and Science.

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