Digital Signal Processing Bundle - 2 DSP books in one
Combining a 2007 favorite and a brand new title, this bundle will get you up to speed with the essential fundamentals of DSP principles and practice.
Learn how to easily and quickly design complex DSP systems with this great value bundle.
Digital Signal Processing, by Tan (ISBN:0123740908), is the first book that bridges the gap that separates DSP theory and hardware design. Covering DSP principles, applications and hardware issues, and including instructive examples, it is an invaluable resource for anyone studying or practicing engineering.
Digital Signal Processing System Design, Second Edition: LabVIEW-Based Hybrid Programming, by Nasser Kehtarnavaz (ISBN:0123744903), is the only DSP book to combine textual and graphical programming. It is an essential source for helping you to quickly develop DSP systems by integrating MATLAB/C code into the LabVIEW graphical programming environment.
Digital Signal Processing Topics:
- Real-time implementation of DSP algorithms using DSP processors
- MATLAB programs for simulations and C programs for real-time DSP
- Coverage of adaptive filtering with applications to noise reduction and echo cancellation
- Applications of DSP to multimedia applications - such as u-law and adaptive differential pulse code modulation, sampling rate conversions, transform coding, image and video processing - show the relevance of DSP to a key area in industry
- MATLAB programs, student exercises and Real-time C programs available at companion website
Digital Signal Processing System Design, Second Edition: LabVIEW-Based Hybrid Programming Topics
- The only DSP laboratory book that combines textual and graphical programming
- 12 lab experiments that incorporate C/MATLAB code blocks into the LabVIEW graphical programming environment via the MathScripting feature
- Lab experiments covering basic DSP implementation topics including sampling, digital filtering, fixed-point data representation, frequency domain processing
- Interesting applications using the hybrid programming approach, such as a software-defined radio system, a 4-QAM Modem, and a cochlear implant simulator