Digital Signal Processing: Instant AccessBy
- James D. Broesch
Digital signal processing is commonplace in most electronics including MP3 players, HDTVs, and phones, just to name a few of the applications. The engineers creating these devices are in need of essential information at a moment's notice. The Instant Access Series provides all the critical content that a signal or communications engineer needs in his or her daily work. This book provides an introduction to DSPs as well as succinct overviews of linear systems, digital filters, and digital compression. This book is filled with images, figures, tables, and easy to find tips and tricks for the engineer that needs material fast to complete projects to deadline.
Communications Engineers; DSP Engineers
Paperback, 168 Pages
Published: October 2008
- Chapter 1 Why DSP?DSP DefinitionsThe Need for DSPLearning Digital Signal Processing TechniquesInstant SummaryChapter 2 The Analog-Digital InterfaceDefinitionsSampling and ReconstructionQuantizationEncoding and modulationNumber RepresentationDigital-to-Analog ConversionAnalog-to-Digital ConversionSuccessive Approximation ADCsInstant SummaryChapter 3 DSP System General ModelDefinitionsThe Big Picture Signal AcquisitionMore on Sampling TheorySampling ResolutionInstant SummaryChapter 4 The Math of DSPDefinitionsFunctionsLimitsIntegrationOscillatory MotionComplex NumbersKey ConceptExample ApplicationsFiltersCausalityConvolutionThe Fourier SeriesOrthogonalityContinuous Functions vs. Discrete SequencesOrthogonality ContinuedQuadratureInstant SummaryChapter 5 TransformsDefinitionsBackgroundThe z-Transform and DFTApplication of the DFTThe Fourier TransformProperties of the Fourier TransformThe Laplace TransformFast Fourier Transform (FFT)Instant SummaryChapter 6 Digital FiltersDefinitionsFIR FiltersThe IIRInstant SummaryChapter 7 Applications of DSPDefinitionsMeasurements and AnalysisTelecommunicationsInsider InfoAudio and TelevisionHousehold Appliances and ToysAutomotiveNonlinear ApplicationsInstant SummaryChapter 8 Digital Signal ProcessorsDefinitionsSystem ConsiderationsHardware ImplementationDigital Signal Processors versus MicroprocessorsThe FutureInstant Summary