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Macmillan Higher Education

Understanding Digital Signal Processing

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Springer

Pages: 303
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Ebook - 9789811049620

30 May 2017

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29 June 2017

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This book explains digital signal processing topics in detail, with a particular focus on ease of understanding. Accordingly, it includes a wealth of examples to aid in comprehension, and stresses simplicity.

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This book explains digital signal processing topics in detail, with a particular focus on ease of understanding. Accordingly, it includes a wealth of examples to aid in comprehension, and stresses simplicity.

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Explains digital signal processing topics, with a focus on ease of understanding

Provides a wealth of original examples explaining sampling, multirate signal processing, the discrete Fourier transform, and filter design

Avoids unnecessary mathematical details and stresses simplicity

Sampling of Continuous Time Signals
Multirate Signal Processing
Discrete Fourier Transform
Analog and Digital Filter Design.

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Orhan Gazi is an associate professor in electronic and communication engineering department, Cankaya University.

He got his BS, MS, and PhD degrees all in electrical and electronics engineering from Middle East Technical University, Ankara-Turkey, in 1996, 2001, and 2007 respectively.

His research area involves signal processing, information theory, and forward error correction. Recently he is studying on polar channel codes and preparing publications in this area.

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Orhan Gazi is an associate professor in electronic and communication engineering department, Cankaya University.

He got his BS, MS, and PhD degrees all in electrical and electronics engineering from Middle East Technical University, Ankara-Turkey, in 1996, 2001, and 2007 respectively.

His research area involves signal processing, information theory, and forward error correction. Recently he is studying on polar channel codes and preparing publications in this area.

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