Of related interest Digital Signal Processing with the TMS320C25 Rulph Chassaing and Darrell W. Horning Written by two of the top names in the field, this comprehensive guide first provides engineers and engineering students with an in-depth discussion of the theoretical basis for building digital signal processing tools. Theoretical topics are then translated into practical applications through the development of actual programming examples. Current problems in digital signal filtering, such as finite and infinite impulse response filters and fast fourier transform are addressed through the step-by-step implementation of assembly language code for the real-time digital signal processor, the TMS320C25. Specific hardware considerations, such as memory organization, addressing modes and representation of fixed- and floating-point numbers are discussed in relation to software development. The book includes complete coverage of input/output with both the analog interface board and analog interface chip. It provides solutions to difference equations using the Z-transform and inverse Z-transform. And it offers a detailed discussion of many useful digital filtering techniques such as FIR, IIR, and adaptive filters, as well as the FFT. An invaluable tool for practicing engineers working in real-world projects and for engineering students who need to learn about the latest developments in the field. 1990 (0 471-51066-1) 464pp.
An Instructor's Manual presenting detailed solutions to all the problems in the book is available from the Wiley editorial department.
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