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# Accurate Measurement of a Sinusoid's Peak Amplitude Based on FFT Data

There are two code snippets associated with this blog post: Flat-Top Windowing Function for the Accurate Measurement of a Sinusoid's Peak Amplitude Based on FFT Data and Testing the Flat-Top Wind...

posted by Rick Lyons on Dec 14 2011 under Tips and Tricks

# Generating Complex Baseband and Analytic Bandpass Signals

posted by Rick Lyons on Nov 2 2011

# Why is Fourier transform broken

Every engineer who took a basic signal processing course is familiar with the Gibbs phenomenon, however, not all know why it occurs, I mean really why! The answer lies in the mathematical background ...

posted by Sami Al Dalahmah on Oct 4 2011 under Academia / Research

# Python number crunching faster? Part I

Everyone has their favorite computing platform, regardless if it is Matlab, Octave, Scilab, Mathematica, Mathcad, etc.  I have been using Python and the common numerical and scientific packages a...

posted by Christopher Felton on Sep 17 2011 under Matlab | Basics | DSP on the Web | Python

# More free Ebooks

I found this website that contains loads of free, high quality, ebooks and journals as well. There is 176 ebooks under electrical engineering heading. I found books suitable for engineers, researcher,...

posted by Sami Al Dalahmah on Sep 13 2011 under DSP on the Web | Free ebooks

# Bank-switched Farrow resampler

Bank-switched Farrow resampler Summary A modification of the Farrow structure with reduced computational complexity.Compared to a conventional design, the impulse response is broken into a higher nu...

posted by Markus Nentwig on Aug 13 2011 under Matlab | Basics | Multirate DSP

# Impulse Response Approximation

Recently, I stumbled upon a stepped-triangular (ST) approximation that can be implemented as a cascade of recursive running sum (RRS) filters.  The following is a short introduction to the steppe...

posted by Christopher Felton on Aug 5 2011 under Tips and Tricks

# Orfanidis Textbooks are Available Online

I have just learned that Sophocles J. Orfanidis, the well-known professor with the ECE Department of Rutgers University, has made two of his signal processing textbooks available for downloading on th...

posted by Rick Lyons on Jul 12 2011 under DSP on the Web