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By B. Preetham Kumar

ISBN-10: 0849327849

ISBN-13: 9780849327841

Given the quick software program and advancements in DSP, it is necessary for college students to counterpoint their theoretical studying with functional functions. electronic sign Processing Laboratory is a realistic, without difficulty comprehensible textual content for these learning DSP for the 1st time. the writer acquaints scholars with an built-in technique which include side-by-side education in idea and hardware/software facets of DSP, making it perfect for the significant other laboratory to a category in DSP theory.

To execute this strategy, each one bankruptcy contains a quick part on concept to provide an explanation for the underlying arithmetic and ideas, an issue fixing part, and a working laptop or computer laboratory part with programming examples and routines utilizing MATLAB and Simulink. appropriate chapters contain a laboratory part composed of workouts utilizing attempt and measuring gear. the writer discusses the speculation of DSP functions and platforms, LTI discrete-time signs and platforms, functional time and frequency research of discrete-time signs, Analog-to-Digital (A/D) method, layout and alertness of electronic filters, and the applying of useful DSP strategies during the DSP undefined, besides software program types of those systems.

This textbook/lab handbook deals a concise, simply understood presentation that makes the knowledge obtainable to senior undergraduate and graduate scholars whereas development their skillability with the software program, the undefined, and the speculation of DSP. scholars can simply adapt the recommendations for various software/hardware stipulations than these provided inside of, making this a very flexible and precious source.

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If N is not a power of 2, then it reverts to a non-radix-2 process. The FFT process will be explained in the next section. 3 Digital Signal Processing Laboratory The Fast Fourier Transform The Fast Fourier Transform, or the FFT, as it is popularly termed, is probably the single most famous computer program in the field of electrical engineering and represents the most practical version of the DTFT, which is what we initially started out with. It is, essentially, a much faster computation method of the DFT, discussed in the previous section.

3 Computer Laboratory: Simulation of Continuous Time and Discrete-Time Signals and Systems This section consists of examples in MATLAB,3 followed by the laboratory exercises. Please test the example problems, before proceeding to the exercises. MATLAB Examples Example: Solve the following difference equation for 0 ≤ n ≤ 10: y(n) = y(n – 1) + 2 y(n – 2) + x(n – 2) given that x(n) = 4 cos(π n/8), y(0) = 1 and y(1) = 1. 5)n [u(n) – u(n – 10)]. Plot the vectors x, h, and y on the same page using subplot commands.

Ii. Each image is stored as a matrix a(m,n). Determine the size of the matrix for each image and determine the number of pixels (m × n) in each case. iii. Determine the maximum and minimum values of the image matrices for each image. b. fmPage33Wednesday,November17,200411:47AM Discrete-Time Signals and Systems 33 i. f(x, y) = x2 + y2 ii. f(x, y) = e–(ΈxΈ2 – ΈyΈ2) In each case, appropriately list all axes labels. References 1. , Linear Signals and Systems, Oxford University Press, New York, 2001.

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