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Show me the numbers

Started by Cedron in comp.dsp36 minutes ago 9 replies

By popular demand, or at least a few requests, here are some empirical results comparing my frequency formula with Candan's. For the Noise,...

By popular demand, or at least a few requests, here are some empirical results comparing my frequency formula with Candan's. For the Noise, Dawg, and Candan columns, the first column is the average and the second column is the standard deviation. The data sets start out with the noiseless case and then there are increasing levels of noise. The values of the frequency are based on the 30 Hz wi...


Old DSP Instructional videos on VHS tapes

Started by Rick Lyons in comp.dsp4 hours ago 10 replies

Hi, In Julius' 5/18/15 reply to my post (Subject: An interesting historical DSP article) he mentioned the existence of old DSP...

Hi, In Julius' 5/18/15 reply to my post (Subject: An interesting historical DSP article) he mentioned the existence of old DSP instructional videos recorded on VHS tapes. As it turns out, I own the following VHS tapes: IEEE IEDM-DSP "Fundamentals of DSP" (Part 1 of 4) by a Ronald Schafer IEEE IEDM-DSP "Applications of DSP" (Part 2 of 4) by a James McClellan...


Heading estimation from Magnetometer data

Started by sia4uin in comp.dsp6 hours ago 2 replies

Hello All, The goal is to estimate heading from Magnetometer data and subtract it from the heading obtained from Gyro data to estimate heading...

Hello All, The goal is to estimate heading from Magnetometer data and subtract it from the heading obtained from Gyro data to estimate heading bias. Now, I can obtain heading from Gyro data by integrating it but how do I obtain it from Magnetometer data? Many thanks. sia --------------------------------------- Posted through http://www.DSPRelated.com


audio loop with c6713

Started by laurasscurtu in comp.dsp11 hours ago

Hello, I am trying to do a simple audio loop (playpack loop) using only the McBSP with TI C6713. I must mention, I am new to the DSP world and...

Hello, I am trying to do a simple audio loop (playpack loop) using only the McBSP with TI C6713. I must mention, I am new to the DSP world and I would very much appreciate any help. I am working with DSP/BIOS and with CSL functions. So this is what I have done so far: I have programed 2 hardware interrupt functions, one for receive and one for transmit. I have connected my laptop to t...


Normalizing the magnitude of Goertzel Filter c#

Started by axcelenator in comp.dsp1 day ago

I'm trying to detect some frequencies of 18Khz with sample rate of 44100 [samples/sec]. When I pass a buffer(~4500 samples) to the algorithm it...

I'm trying to detect some frequencies of 18Khz with sample rate of 44100 [samples/sec]. When I pass a buffer(~4500 samples) to the algorithm it returns a magnitude in a very strange range. Sometimes i get 0.1, or 7 or 250(!) or 154 or 25000 - very strange. I can't decide on a threshold boundary for the filter. Is there any way noramlizing that result? (My result is the magnitude of the complex ...


How/Why a digital signal is inherently more immune to noise?

Started by a.s. in comp.dsp1 day ago 27 replies

The primary advantage of digital transmission over analog transmission is Noise Immunity. A digital signal (in comparison to an analog signal)...

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 "inherent"? Please make it more clear to me. --------------------------------------- Posted through http://www.DSPRelated.com


Digital Upconversion using the baseband data(IQ) files

Started by Anonymous in comp.dsp1 day ago 22 replies

Hi all, i want to upconvert the baseband data (complex data). i have code for upconverting but struggling to implement interpolater...

Hi all, i want to upconvert the baseband data (complex data). i have code for upconverting but struggling to implement interpolater (resampler) before upconverter and i need to implement a filter after the upconverter. so can any one help me to implement both resampler and filter . Iam trying to upconvert a baseband to 70Mhz IF . Thanks in advance.


How Shit Happens

Started by robert bristow-johnson in comp.dsp1 day ago 3 replies

In the beginning was the Plan. And then came the Assumptions. And the Assumptions were without form. And the Plan was without...

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. And the Workers spoke among themselves, saying, "This is a crock of shit, and it stinks." And the Workers went unto their Supervisors and said, "It is a pail of dung, and we can't live with the ...


Request for Understanding Digital Signal Processing Errata

Started by wmason in comp.dsp1 day ago 6 replies

Could someone send me a copy of the errata for Understanding Digital Signal Processing? I've got the 2nd Edition, 8th printing. Google led me...

Could someone send me a copy of the errata for Understanding Digital Signal Processing? I've got the 2nd Edition, 8th printing. Google led me here - I couldn't find where it lives on the web. Thanks, Bill Mason _____________________________________ Do you know a company who employs DSP engineers? Is it already listed at http://dsprelated.com/employers.php ?


Question about DSP in Matlab (beginner)

Started by JCO_DSP in comp.dsp2 days ago 84 replies

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...

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 from the time domain to the frequency domain. But I am doing a downsample before the FFT. But you can also do it after the FFT. Do you know what would be the most efficient (before or after)? And why?...


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