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Introduction to Real-Time Digital Signal Processing (E C E 303) Syllabus
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Introduction to Real-Time Digital Signal Processing
E C E 303 ( 2 Credits )
'Real-Time Digital Signal Processing' emphasizes the implementation of DSP algorithms on a digital signal processor in 'real-time.' Many of the signal processing algorithms that were used in ECE203 will be reviewed in Matlab and then will be implemented on a floating point signal processor in 'real-time' using the C programing language. You will explore many basic digital signal processing processes in real-time. Followed by a student chosen project. You will gain the ability to create and develope your own Digital Signal Processing projects for a modern digital signal precessor using an Integrated Development Environment. Lab hardware will be provided.
ECE 203
College: College of Engineering
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