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DSP - An Interactive Approach Second Edition By Andreas Spanias
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This book provides a description of digital signal processing (DSP) algorithms along with a coverage of compelling modern applications including cellular telephones and MP3 players. Topics covered... More > include filter design, FFT, random signals, adaptive filters, and speech/audio processing. The mathematical underpinnings of DSP are accompanied by qualitative descriptions, solved problems, interactive computer simulations, and Java graphics. The presentation of signal processing concepts is enhanced with object-oriented programming examples supported by the universally accessible Java-DSP (J-DSP) and its mobile versions. The second edition has several new topics including 2-d image filtering, recent speech and audio processing algorithms, and new applications. This new edition has a support web site with code and video clips for J-DSP, iOS, Android and MATLAB. More than 100 new exercises added. The book can be used in an undergraduate or graduate DSP course. ISBN 978-1-4675-9892-7< Less
Understanding Digital Signal Processing with MATLAB Programs By Dr T Siva Kumar
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This book tries to understand Digital Signal Processing using figures. The objective is not to teach coding. The codes provided use simple commands but the author expects the reader to have fun in... More > understanding DSP by tweaking some parameters of the codes which would result in new figures to clear the concepts of DSP. The prerequisite is the desire to understand a topic thoroughly.< Less
Selected Topics in WiMAX By Gianni Pasolini
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In June 2001, operators and equipment vendors in the communications ecosystem founded the nonprofit WiMAX Forum, an industry-led organization aimed at harmonizing broadband wireless access standards.... More > Nowadays, about 10 years later, the WiMAX technology is a mature and affordable solution for high-speed IP-based 4G mobile broadband, fully supporting bandwidth-intensive services,such as high-speed Internet access and television, as well as less bandwidth-demanding but more latency-sensitive services, such as voice-over-IP calls. In this book a collection of selected papers is presented, which covers several aspects of the WiMAX technology, with particular reference to multiuser multiple input multiple output diversity techniques,peak-to-average power ratio, mesh architectures, handover mechanisms, coordinated authentication in a heterogeneous network environment and multicast /broadcast re-keying algorithms.< Less