Digital Signal Processing With the TMS320C25 Rulph Chassaing and Darrell W. Horning Two leading experts in the field offer detailed, state-of-the-art guidance on building digital signal processing tools. Through the development of actual programming examples, the book demonstrates how DSP theory is put to practical use. Current problems in digital signal filtering, such as finite impulse response filters, infinite impulse response filters, and fast Fourier transform are addressed through the step-by-step implementation of assembly language code for a modern, real-time digital signal processor, the TMS320C25. Hardware considerations specific to the TMS320C25, such as memory organization, addressing modes and representation of fixed- and floating-point numbers are discussed in relation to software development. 1990 (0 471-51066-1) 464 pp. Digital Filter Design T. W. Parks and C. S. Burrus "The book is excellently written and fully illustrated ... it will soon become a reference book in the area of digital filter design." —Mathematics Abstracts With coverage from basic theory to working programs, this clear, practical text addresses frequency-domain analysis, design, and implementation of linear constant-coefficient digital filters on general purpose computers and special-purpose signal processors. Offering a complete, self-contained treatment of both FIR and IIR filters, a feature unique to this text, the book examines their underlying design theory, design formulas, and algorithms. Detailed coverage also includes a discussion of filter properties, the approximation problem, and implementation of the filter with fixed-point arithmetic. The book also includes detailed examples that illustrate the design and implementation of a typical filter as well as listings for nine FORTRAN programs for filter design. 1987 (0 471-82896-3) 342 pp. DFT/FFT And Convolution Algorithms Theory and Implementation C. S. Burrus and T. W. Parks Written for the scientist or engineer conversant with continuous-time signals and discrete-time signal analysis, this book details the Fourier transform of a discrete-time signal. Efficient algorithms for computing the Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) are given special emphasis. Coverage includes continuous and discrete-time transform analysis of signals and properties of the DFT; methods of computing the DFT at a few frequencies (direct, Goertzel, and chirp transforms); and the three main approaches to an FFT (Cooley-Tukey, primefactor, and Winograd transforms). The book also features FORTRAN programs for the DFT which may be used directly or as a basis for custom program development for special applications. 1985 (0 471-81932-8) 232 pp.
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Special purpose microprocessors such as the TMS320 family of processors have been used in digital signal processing (DSP) since the early 1980s when the first devices were introduced. These devices, made possible through advances in integrated circuits, are used in a wide range of applications such as speech processing, telecommunications, and instrument design. These devices have also found their way into the university classroom where they provide an economical way to introduce signal processing to students. Digital Signal Processing with C and the TMS320C30 introduces the principles and applications of DSP using the TMS320C30—a state-of-the-art digital signal processor designed by Texas Instruments. The book was developed at Roger Williams College where the author teaches. It is intended primarily for senior and first-year graduate students in electrical and computer engineering and as a tutorial for the practicing engineer. The requisite background for students is an electrical engineering system course, a knowledge of assembly language, and a high-level language such as C. The book explains difficult concepts using a practical approach and easy-to-read writing style. Most chapters begin with a theoretical discussion followed by representative examples (a total of 85 examples are provided). Programming examples using both C and TMS320C30 code are included throughout the text. The text includes a disk containing the programs discussed by the author as well as a "homemade" filter design package. This book is written with the conviction that the principles of DSP can best be learned through interaction in a laboratory setting. The student will appreciate the concepts of DSP through real-time implementation of experiments and projects in a laboratory environment. This book also will be very useful for the professional who is familiar with both DSP and C programming but who is not necessarily an expert in both.About the Author:
About the author RULPH CHASSAING is a professor in the School of Engineering at Roger Williams College in Bristol, Rhode Island, where he teaches courses in digital signal processing, communications and control systems, and microcomputers. He is currently conducting research in digital signal processing using C and the TMS320 digital signal processors. Dr. Chassaing received his PhD in electrical engineering in digital communications from the Polytechnic Institute of New York; his MS and BS in electrical engineering from New York University; and his AAAS in electrical technology from New York City Community College.
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Descripción Wiley-Interscience, 1992. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0471557803
Descripción Wiley-Interscience, 1992. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 1. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0471557803