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'[PICLIST] [EE] Recommendations about DSP book need'
2001\05\16@093339 by Kari Lehikko

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I would like to ask if any of you good people can recommend a good DSP
book. My current knowledge about the DSP is that it means Digital Signal
Processing :-) , thus I will need a book that really starts from the
basics. Also, if the basic book does not contain examples about DSP
filters etc. I would like to know a book that has some examples about
those.

My goal is to implement a simple low-pass filter with 18C452, just to
get some experience about DSP.

regards,

- Kari -

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2001\05\16@094731 by James Paul

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Kari,

There is an application of an FIR filter in the applications data
book from Microchip.  Not sure what number it is, but is probably
on the website too.   I used this to write a filter program for a
CW filter for Ham Radio Applications using the 16C84 at first, and
then the 17C42.  It worked well, but not as good as a dedicated DSP
chip obviously.


                                               Regards,

                                                 Jim



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2001\05\16@100407 by Paul McClean

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Hi,

I haven't had much experience of DSP myself, but I have the book Digital
Signal Processing - A Practical Approach by Emmanuel C. Ifeachor and Barrie
W. Jervis, published by Addison Wesley.

As I say, I'm just getting into it myself, but I was recommended this book.
So far I have found it very useful and very readable. It takes a very
practical approach to DSP and gives implementations of DSP algorithms in C,
which should make it easier to port to a PIC

Paul

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2001\05\16@111734 by Michael Rigby-Jones

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Check http://www.dspguide.com/ which is an excellent resource.  This is an
online book (hardcopy can be purchased from the site) which explains DSP
techniques that even I can understand, and my maths is poor at the best of
times!  Most of the algorithms are shown written in a simple Basic dialect
for easy porting to your favorite language.

Regards

Mike

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2001\05\17@090134 by Mark Peterson

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Check out this web site.  It has a very good free downloadable online book
on DSP.

http://www.analog.com/industry/dsp/dsp_book/

Mark P

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2001\05\19@103631 by Rich Webb

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> Check out this web site.  It has a very good free downloadable online book
> on DSP.
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> http://www.analog.com/industry/dsp/dsp_book/

Another endorsement for Steve Smith's book (at the link above). It is
NOT a deep and dark math book and does not get to the distant corners
of DSP. It IS a very readable introduction with some good practical
advice.

Once upon a time, Analog offered a free copy of the book (actual
paper!) as a gimme for responding to an on-line survey. I don't know
if that offer is still available but it might be worth some time
searching around their web site.

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2001\05\19@135750 by Josh Koffman

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I replied to that survey. I think it was an online one, but I'm not
sure. Anyway, I waited and waited and eventually got a letter, shipped
to be in a big plastic courier style envelope, sandwiched between 2
pieces of cardboard. The letter said to download the book off the web.

Josh
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2001\05\19@141007 by Alexandre Domingos F. Souza

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>I replied to that survey. I think it was an online one, but I'm not
>sure. Anyway, I waited and waited and eventually got a letter, shipped
>to be in a big plastic courier style envelope, sandwiched between 2
>pieces of cardboard. The letter said to download the book off the web.

       More interesting is the R$0,10 telco bill I got last month, that cost R$0,12 only to be sent to me, forget printing price and bank taxes for sending the bill... :o)))

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