Digital Signal Processing - Level I
Stony Brook University, in partnership with Robert A Shade, Systems Engineering Consultant, is pleased to present this series of Digital Signal Processing (DSP) programs.
The enormous speed available in even the smallest computers has enabled evolution from analog to digital processing for many electronics products. In this workshop, the applications and advantages of Digital Signal Processing are discussed, the underlying mathematical principles are introduced and a number of relevant applications are presented. Attendance at this course is recommended as a way of introducing employees of those companies currently utilizing DSP to the technology, as well as for managers of those companies tasked with the introduction of DSP into their product development methodology. This course is designed for engineers and managers possessing at least minimal understanding of mathematics and electrical engineering. At the completion of the Digital Signal Processing Level I workshop, students will have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of DSP, how they are applied, and the insight to see how they apply to their own products and services.
- Signals and Systems
- Basic Fourier Analysis
- Sampling and A/D Conversion
- Signal Synthesis
- Definition of FFTs and IFFTs
- Principles of Detection of Signals in Noise
- Simple Applications including RF and Acoustic Signal Detection and Classification
Discrete – Time Signal Processing, 2nd Edition is a recommended text for Digital Signal Processing Level I. Please purchase this material to experience the full benefits of the program. Note that the same book is used as a required text in Digital Signal Processing Level II and Level III.Discrete – Time Signal Processing, 2nd EditionAlan V. Oppenheim, Ronald W. Schafer, John R. BuckPrentice Hall, Pearson EducationISBN-10 – 0 13 754920 2ISBN-13 – 978 0 13 754920 7
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