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Type of Document Master's Thesis
Author Jen, Kwang-Suz
URN etd-10132010-020130
Title Development of experiments for the digital signal processing teaching laboratory
Degree Master of Science
Department Electrical Engineering
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Beex, A. A. Louis Committee Chair
Poon, Ting-Chung Committee Member
Yu, Kai Bor Committee Member
  • Signal processing
Date of Defense 1988-07-05
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Digital Signal Processing (DSP) is a technology-driven field which develops as early as mid-1960 when computers and other digital circuitry became fast enough to process large amounts of data efficiently. Since then techniques and applications of DSP have been expanding at a tremendous rate. With the development of large-scale integration, the cost and size of digital components are reducing, and speed of digital components is increasing. Thus the range of applications of DSP techniques is growing. Almost all current discussions of speech bandwidth compression systems are directed toward digital implementation, because these are now the most practical. The importance of DSP appears to be increasing with no visible signs of saturation.

This thesis provides the description and results of designing laboratory experiments for the illustration of basic theory in the field of DSP. All experiments are written for the Texas Instruments TMS320I0 digital signal processing microcomputer and based on softwares provided by Atlanta Signal Process, Inc. (ASPI). The use of the 320/pc Algorithm Development Package (ADP) and Digital Filter Design Package (DFDP) developed by ASPI is introduced. The basic concepts, such as linear convolution, Finite Impulse Response (FIR) and Infinite Impulse Response (IIR) filter design, Fast Fourier Transform (FF1), are demonstrated. The IBM PC AT is interfaced with the TMS32010 processor. The experiments and their introductions in the thesis also serve as a manual for the DSP Laboratory; to complement the introductory signal processing course.

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