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A practical, hands-on guide to embedded signal processingThis unique reference covers the basic concepts, principles, and theory behind digital signal processing (DSP), but emphasizes a learn-by-doing approach and focuses on real-time applications. Readers quickly learn to use the latest tools to design, simulate, and implement the algorithms for applications. * Part A explores fundamental DSP concepts using software tools from MathWorks, Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), and National Instruments (NI) * Part B focuses on the design and implementation of embedded systems based on the Blackfin processor and introduces many design and development tools * Part C focuses on designing and implementing real-time DSP applications * The book includes experiments and exercises based on the Blackfin BF533 and BF537 EZ-KIT Lite boards; an accompanying FTP site provides additional exercises using the Blackfin simulator and other EZ-KIT Lite boards * The companion Web site is updated continually to reflect the latest upgrades to Blackfin tools and processors * Hands-on examples, quizzes, experiments, exercises, exercise problems, and application projects accelerate and enhance learningThis is an excellent desktop reference for practicing engineers and a combination workbook and textbook for undergraduate and graduate students in embedded signal processing design and/or real-time signal processing courses.
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