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PSD of a sequence of independent random PAM symbols ? [2 articles]

Usjes - 2015-05-24 19:11:00
Hi, I'd like an explanation of the PSD of a sequence of independent random PAM symbols or amplitude +1 or -1. Now any standard textbook tells us that the PSD is the Fourier Transform of the autoco...PSD of a sequence of independent random PAM symbols ?

Does anyone know where to find the detail about SRS TruDialogue? [2 articles]

fl - 2015-05-24 14:51:00
Hi, SRS TruDialogue technology is widely used in consumer audio product. I want to know its detail, but cannot find any document on-line. It has been patented for some years. Could you tell me...Does anyone know where to find the detail about SRS TruDialogue?

How Shit Happens [3 articles]

robert bristow-johnson - 2015-05-24 11:40:00
In the beginning was the Plan. And then came the Assumptions. And the Assumptions were without form. And the Plan was without substance. And darkness was upon the face of the Workers. ...How  Shit  Happens

Question about DSP in Matlab (beginner) [12 articles]

JCO_DSP - 2015-05-24 09:00:00
Hi, I'm starting to learn DSP (Matlab )and I have two questions about it, maybe someone can help me out? I'm trying to measure a frequency from an Audio Device and I'm using FFT to transform it ...Question about DSP in Matlab (beginner)

Scaling Coefficients to unity peak [3 articles]

spetcavich - 2015-05-23 09:42:00
I had this exercise to design a filter using the remez algorithm in matlab and without coefficient scaling I quantized them to N bits and then scaled them to unity peak and compared these spectrums t...Scaling Coefficients to unity peak

FEC for Burst FSK [16 articles]

mite_learner - 2015-05-22 14:15:00
Hi all, I started working on FEC for burst FSK system over multipath channel. I want to ask the community here about what type of FEC would be best for such system. Which type of FEC is being used...FEC for Burst FSK

How/Why a digital signal is inherently more immune to noise? [26 articles]

a.s. - 2015-05-22 11:57:00
The primary advantage of digital transmission over analog transmission is Noise Immunity. A digital signal (in comparison to an analog signal) is inherently more immune to noise. Why the word "inheren...How/Why a digital signal is inherently more immune to noise?

4x3 job shop scheduling problem - matlab [2 articles]

hadeelhmoud - 2015-05-21 13:39:00
Hi, I have a 4x3 job shop scheduling problem that I need to find it's optimal solution using matlab codes. I have the codes ready but need to modify them a little bit. first code is swarm, alrea...4x3 job shop scheduling problem - matlab

An interesting historical DSP article. [5 articles]

Rick Lyons - 2015-05-20 19:36:00
Hello Earthlings, I just ran across an interesting article, by Alan Oppenheim, regarding the early history of DSP. If you have nothin' better to do, you might enjoy having a look at that ...An interesting historical DSP article.

Verification of the following formula [13 articles]

sia4uin - 2015-05-20 14:50:00
Hello All, Me again! I came across the following formula to calculate pitch from accelerometer signals. pitch = atan2(Ay, sqrt(Ax^2+Az^2)) Is this correct? Now a slightly complicated st...Verification of the following formula
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