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A ground-breaking new approach to teaching elementary signal processing
Closely connects theory and application
Includes a book, design software for hands-on exercises, and detailed explanations on how to learn from and use them
Almost no mathematics required
Suitable for self-study
Together the book and CD-ROM form a learning system, which provides both investigated studies and the visualization of complex processes. A didactic concept is undertaken for microelectronics, computer technology and communication engineering, which deals with the visualization of signals and processes in addition to graphical programming of signal processing systems. Through the utilization of a professional and worldwide supported software of metrology and control engineering, useful applications can be developed, modified and optimized. Computer supported processing of real signals is made possible over the sound card and the parallel port. Over two hundred pre-programmed signal engineering systems and designed transparencies are provided.
Content Level »Lower undergraduate
Keywords »Circuits and Systems - Computer Based Training - DASYLAB - Digital Signal Processing - Information - Modulation - e-learning - multimedia - signal processing - system analysis
The concept: methods — content — objectives.- Signals in the time and frequency domain.- The Uncertainty Principle.- Language as a carrier of information.- The Symmetry Principle.- System analysis.- Linear and non-linear processes.- Classical modulation procedures.- Digitalisation.- Digital filters.- Digital transmission technology I: source encoding.- Digital transmission technology II: channel encoding.- Digital Transmission Techniques III: Modulation.