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Digital Signal Processing (2nd Edition)

Concepts and Applications

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09 September 2002

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Digital Signal Processing: Concepts and Applications, second edition covers the basic principles and operation of DSP devices. Its aim is to give the student the essentials of this mathematical subject in a form that can be...

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Digital Signal Processing: Concepts and Applications, second edition covers the basic principles and operation of DSP devices. Its aim is to give the student the essentials of this mathematical subject in a form that can be easily understood and assimilated. The text concentrates on discrete systems, starting from digital filters and discrete Fourier transforms. These are then extended into adaptive filters and spectrum analysers with the minimum of mathematical derivation, concentrating on demonstrating the performance which is achievable from these processors in communications and radar system applications. This new edition has been updated to include learning outcomes and summaries and provide more examples. The text has been completely redesigned and is presented in a clear and easy-to-read style.Key features:* Self assessment questions within the text, with answers provided* Numerous practical worked examples on processor design and performance simulation

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Written by leading academics in the Signal Processing field
Full of practical examples that come from the authors' teaching and research and illustrate the theory in a relevant fashion
This new edition is a larger format text with new Learning Objectives and Outcomes and Summary sections
An accompanying web site provides Matlab and Java animations

Preface
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations
Principal symbols
Special functions
Introduction
Signal Representation and System Response
Time-domain Description and Convolution
Transfer Function and System Characterisation
Sampled Data Systems and the z-transform
Infinite Impulse Response Digital Filters
Finite Impulse Response Digital Filters
Analysis of Random Signals
Adaptive Filters
The Fourier Transform and Spectral Analysis
The Fast Fourier Transform
Multirate Signal Processing.

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BERNARD MULGREW is Chair of Signals and Systems in the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering at the University of Edinburgh.

PETER GRANT is Head of Department and Professor of Electronic Signal Processing in the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering at the University of Edinburgh.

JOHN THOMPSON is a Lecturer in the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering at the University of Edinburgh.

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BERNARD MULGREW is Chair of Signals and Systems in the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering at the University of Edinburgh.

PETER GRANT is Head of Department and Professor of Electronic Signal Processing in the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering at the University of Edinburgh.

JOHN THOMPSON is a Lecturer in the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering at the University of Edinburgh.

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