Gets you up and running with all the practical programming know-how you need to apply DSP to a specific project, immediately!
Most DSP texts are long on theory and short on practical programming solutions. Here, at last, is a book that fully bridges the gap between DSP theory and real-world applications. Whether you are a programmer or engineer working in telecommunications, entertainment, aerospace, or any of the multitude of scientific or commercial fields in which digital signal processing is coming to play an ever more vital role, this book provides you with all the basic information and practical nuts-and-bolts guidance you need to use this exciting technology without having to first school (or reschool) yourself in all the abstruse theoretical issues and high-level mathematics behind it.
A wide range of real-world examples from many areas of engineering and detailed illustrations of points covered
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Designed as a link between digital signal processing (DSP) theory and the practical application. Covers the methods necessary to apply DSP immediately to a project. Packed with examples and projects plus a data acquisition system users can build themselves or purchase. The disk features code examples from the book, a software digital oscilloscope and Mathcad documents representing several analysis tools described.About the Author:
DON MORGAN is a design engineer for Delta Tau Data Systems. Prior to that he spent 18 years as a consultant specializing in signal processing and embedded systems, hardware and software. He is the author of Numerical Methods for Embedded Systems as well as numerous articles for Dr. Dobb's Journal.
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Descripción Wiley, 1995. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110471006068