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Author: Steven Smith | Publisher: Newnes | Category: Digital Signal Processing | Language: English | Page: 650 | ISBN: 075067444X | ISBN13: 9780750674447 |
Description: In addition to its thorough coverage of DSP design and programming techniques, Smith also covers the operation and usage of DSP chips. He uses Analog Devices' popular DSP chip family as design examples. Also included on the CD-ROM is technical info on DSP processors from the four major manufacturers (Analog Devices, Texas Instruments, Motorola, and Lucent) and other DSP software. * Covers all major DSP topics * Full of insider information and shortcuts * Basic techniques and algorithms explained without complex numbers Book Info Written for engineers and scientists in a wide variety of fields, with the goal of explaining DSP techniques while avoiding the barriers of abstract theory and detailed mathematics, enabling readers to put the powerful tools of DSP to work in their research and designs. Reviews Summary: Clearly the author's labor of love! Rating: 5 This book literally picks up the reader and carries them through an impressive (read: large, scary, and dangerous!) body of information incredibly effectively, smoothly, and effortlessly. You can't help, but feel empowered afterwards! I've been away from my EE background for 15+ years working on embedded real-time software. I picked up this book six months ago in what was a very modest attempt to familiarize myself with DSP and filters only enough to carry conversations with some new ME/Controls co-workers! The book ignited my interest (mainly by giving me a jolt of confidence!) in the subject such that I've spent the last few months delving into more "formal" DSP and reviewing some college math. In fact, I wanted to write a good review months ago, but it is now that I appreciate S. W. Smith's great work even more. The simple and friendly language of the book is apparent, but the organization of the subject matter - so carefully weaved together - is absolutely nothing like the other pedantic introductory books on DSP. In summary, while it prepares the reader for practical DSP applications, the book is nothing like some other dull cook-book, get-rich, "for-the-working-professional" books. This one has a heart! Summary: it is NOT a book ... it's a magnificent working tool Rating: 5 great! it answers the whole pattern of digital applications. It does not enter in theoretical details and gives the user an handy guide to design filters, fft's etc. .. and (only if you like) the theoretical background where to start from, at the end of the book. Really great. Thanks to the author. Summary: Clear and useful Rating: 5 I started by reading the PDF versions on Steve Smith's website. That was enough to give me the background for a recently assigned task. Steve graciously returned a few e-mails about fine points that were not clear. I ordered the paperback version with the CDROM to get a version with the most errata removed. My task included some downshifting and upshifting not covered in Smith's book. Lyons filled the gap nicely. The example code in the book is in BASIC, but is very easy to implement in other languages. I used C++ and the FFTW libraries. Summary: Best DSP refresher course available Rating: 5 My 40 year old MSEE needed some refreshing on digital signal processing, FFT, FIR and IIR filters. This book read like a novel! A great addition to my EEE/Programming library. I've used it daily since it arrived for the development of real time signal processing software to be used by the amateur radio community. Summary: All but the BASIC... Rating: 3 I like the content of this book... but I personally find BASIC to be a horrible choice for the code examples, as I think it is difficult to conceptualize the structure of code with *LINE NUMBERS*... I mean... c'mon... if you think that there is any chance in heck of me being able to understand the mathematics behind filter design... you should assume that I can follow some sort of function based example code... Really... the BASIC syntax just gets in the way of the math behind the algorithms... Okay... I'm done now.
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