Course Outline

Introduction

Overview of Core Electronics Concepts and Principles Applied in DSP

  • The relevance and depth of DSP in modern technologies

Recollecting Mathematics and Physics Fundamentals Implemented in DSP

  • Applying statistics, probability, and noise principles
  • Reviewing linear systems and superposition physics concepts
  • Understanding ADC and DAC manipulation

Overview of Useful DSP Software Platform and Tools

Getting Started with Digital Signal Processors Architecture

  • System requirements for DSP processors

Working with Convolution Properties and Algorithms

  • Delta function v.s. impulse response
  • Understanding the input side and output side algorithms
  • Comprehending electronics correlation and speed in DSP

Getting Started with the Discrete Fourier Transform

  • What are Fourier Transforms?
  • Manipulating DFT notations, format, and variables
  • Synthesizing and analyzing DFT calculations
  • Working with DFT properties and polar attributes

Applying DFT Principles and Processes to DSP Functionalities

  • Practicing spectral analysis and evaluating frequency responses

Operating Different DSP Domains and Choosing the Right Implementations

  • Time and space domains
  • Frequency and wavelet domains

Carrying Out Convolution Using the Frequency Domain

Employing Advanced Fourier Transform Properties and Applications

  • What are Fourier Transform pairs and how do they work?
  • Fast Fourier Transform v.s. Discrete Fourier Transform

Implementing Continuous Signal Processing

Overview of Digital Filters Types and its Primary Functions

Understanding How Information Filtering Works and Operating Basic Digital Filters

  • Step response v.s. noise reduction

Employing Moving Average Filters and Applying Convolution Implementations

Working with Window-Sinc Filters and Removing Frequency Components

Operating Recursive Filters and Chebyshev Filters

  • What is the recursive method in DSP?
  • What are Butterworth responses?

Choosing the Appropriate DSP Filter for an Electronics Application

Creating and Building a Custom DSP Filter Based on Arbitrary Frequency Response

  • Testing and optimizing a DSP filter

Integrating a Tested DSP Filter within the Preferred Electronics System

  • Understanding DSP for data compression, imaging techniques, and more
  • Carrying out exercises for various DSP applications and use cases

Overview of Advanced Software Tools for Achieving DSP Implementations

Implementing Complex DSP Techniques for Future Applications

  • Exploring complex Fourier Transforms, z-Domain, etc.

Troubleshooting

Summary and Conclusion

Requirements

  • Basic programming experience
  • Knowledge of basic electrical engineering concepts
  • An understanding of intermediate mathematics and physics concepts

Audience

  • Engineers
  • Computer Scientists
  21 Hours
 

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