sigmaDSP and similar devices

Started by rickman October 24, 2010
>Hi Rick: > >ADI and with the SigmaDSP do have a way for experience assembly code >programmers to code their own algorithm. > >Let me know if you want to know more about the capabilities. > >Miguel >
Hi Miguel, I know this thread is rather old, but I am very interested by your answer. I have started a thread with a similar topic here : https://www.dsprelated.com/thread/143/ and your help may be very useful for that. --------------------------------------- Posted through http://www.DSPRelated.com
"BEBSynthesizers" <112308@DSPRelated> writes:

>>Hi Rick: >> >>ADI and with the SigmaDSP do have a way for experience assembly code >>programmers to code their own algorithm. >> >>Let me know if you want to know more about the capabilities. >> >>Miguel >> > > Hi Miguel, > I know this thread is rather old, but I am very interested by your answer. > I have started a thread with a similar topic here : > https://www.dsprelated.com/thread/143/ and your help may be very useful > for that.
I feel usenet, and specifically comp.dsp, is the best place for such questions. usenet ALREADY IS a forum! Why does DSPRelated need to create new "forums" (private things that are not accessible via usenet)? The only answers I can come up with involve greed. I can't see how this is good for the DSP community in the larger scheme of things. -- Randy Yates, DSP/Embedded Firmware Developer Digital Signal Labs http://www.digitalsignallabs.com
On 31.03.2016 16:50, Randy Yates wrote:
> "BEBSynthesizers" <112308@DSPRelated> writes: > >>> Hi Rick: >>> >>> ADI and with the SigmaDSP do have a way for experience assembly code >>> programmers to code their own algorithm. >>> >>> Let me know if you want to know more about the capabilities. >>> >>> Miguel >>> >> >> Hi Miguel, >> I know this thread is rather old, but I am very interested by your answer. >> I have started a thread with a similar topic here : >> https://www.dsprelated.com/thread/143/ and your help may be very useful >> for that. > > I feel usenet, and specifically comp.dsp, is the best place for such > questions. usenet ALREADY IS a forum! Why does DSPRelated need to create > new "forums" (private things that are not accessible via usenet)? The > only answers I can come up with involve greed. I can't see how this is > good for the DSP community in the larger scheme of things. >
For me comp.dsp is not only a great support (which is occasionally useful), but also a sort of a legitimate distraction. I don't allow myself to visit news sites, but here I can chat with people and still feel that it's somehow related to my work. So, I don't want to say that DSPRelated is a bad idea; but that comp.dsp is fine as it is, and hopefully stays so. Evgeny
Evgeny Filatov <e.v.filatov@ieee.org> writes:

> On 31.03.2016 16:50, Randy Yates wrote: >> "BEBSynthesizers" <112308@DSPRelated> writes: >> >>>> Hi Rick: >>>> >>>> ADI and with the SigmaDSP do have a way for experience assembly code >>>> programmers to code their own algorithm. >>>> >>>> Let me know if you want to know more about the capabilities. >>>> >>>> Miguel >>>> >>> >>> Hi Miguel, >>> I know this thread is rather old, but I am very interested by your answer. >>> I have started a thread with a similar topic here : >>> https://www.dsprelated.com/thread/143/ and your help may be very useful >>> for that. >> >> I feel usenet, and specifically comp.dsp, is the best place for such >> questions. usenet ALREADY IS a forum! Why does DSPRelated need to create >> new "forums" (private things that are not accessible via usenet)? The >> only answers I can come up with involve greed. I can't see how this is >> good for the DSP community in the larger scheme of things. >> > > For me comp.dsp is not only a great support (which is occasionally > useful), but also a sort of a legitimate distraction. I don't allow > myself to visit news sites, but here I can chat with people and still > feel that it's somehow related to my work. So, I don't want to say > that DSPRelated is a bad idea; but that comp.dsp is fine as it is, and > hopefully stays so. > > Evgeny
Hello Evgeny, I have been on comp.dsp since about 1993. It has been a real pleasure and privilege to hear and learn from folks like you. I can't really espouse this group enough - it has helped me greatly in my pursuit of DSP. -- Randy Yates, DSP/Embedded Firmware Developer Digital Signal Labs http://www.digitalsignallabs.com
On 31.03.2016 20:13, Randy Yates wrote:
> Evgeny Filatov <e.v.filatov@ieee.org> writes: > >> On 31.03.2016 16:50, Randy Yates wrote: >>> "BEBSynthesizers" <112308@DSPRelated> writes: >>> >>>>> Hi Rick: >>>>> >>>>> ADI and with the SigmaDSP do have a way for experience assembly code >>>>> programmers to code their own algorithm. >>>>> >>>>> Let me know if you want to know more about the capabilities. >>>>> >>>>> Miguel >>>>> >>>> >>>> Hi Miguel, >>>> I know this thread is rather old, but I am very interested by your answer. >>>> I have started a thread with a similar topic here : >>>> https://www.dsprelated.com/thread/143/ and your help may be very useful >>>> for that. >>> >>> I feel usenet, and specifically comp.dsp, is the best place for such >>> questions. usenet ALREADY IS a forum! Why does DSPRelated need to create >>> new "forums" (private things that are not accessible via usenet)? The >>> only answers I can come up with involve greed. I can't see how this is >>> good for the DSP community in the larger scheme of things. >>> >> >> For me comp.dsp is not only a great support (which is occasionally >> useful), but also a sort of a legitimate distraction. I don't allow >> myself to visit news sites, but here I can chat with people and still >> feel that it's somehow related to my work. So, I don't want to say >> that DSPRelated is a bad idea; but that comp.dsp is fine as it is, and >> hopefully stays so. >> >> Evgeny > > Hello Evgeny, > > I have been on comp.dsp since about 1993. It has been a real pleasure > and privilege to hear and learn from folks like you. I can't really > espouse this group enough - it has helped me greatly in my pursuit of > DSP. >
Hello Randy, In 1993 I was, like, 7. I'm lazy and have limited experience. Hope there are more qualified people you can learn from. :) I concur that this group is a great help. Sometimes it comes in the way of direct explanations, sometimes useful pointers to the literature. I'm lucky that my wife doesn't mind me buying yet another technical book. :) Evgeny
On 31.03.2016 20:13, Randy Yates wrote:
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> Hello Evgeny, > > I have been on comp.dsp since about 1993. It has been a real pleasure > and privilege to hear and learn from folks like you. I can't really > espouse this group enough - it has helped me greatly in my pursuit of > DSP. >
I've learned about comp.dsp in early 2010s. I was offered a job I wasn't qualified for; I needed to learn some DSP to do it, so I needed a DSP text. That's how I've purchased a copy of "Understanding Digital Signal Processing" by Lyons and learnt about this group. Evgeny
On Thu, 31 Mar 2016 22:16:37 +0300, Evgeny Filatov
<e.v.filatov@ieee.org> wrote:

>On 31.03.2016 20:13, Randy Yates wrote: >(snip) >> Hello Evgeny, >> >> I have been on comp.dsp since about 1993. It has been a real pleasure >> and privilege to hear and learn from folks like you. I can't really >> espouse this group enough - it has helped me greatly in my pursuit of >> DSP. >> > >I've learned about comp.dsp in early 2010s. I was offered a job I wasn't >qualified for; I needed to learn some DSP to do it, so I needed a DSP >text. That's how I've purchased a copy of "Understanding Digital Signal >Processing" by Lyons and learnt about this group. > >Evgeny >
It's always good to hear the success stories! ;) Eric Jacobsen Anchor Hill Communications http://www.anchorhill.com
On 31.03.2016 22:25, Eric Jacobsen wrote:
> On Thu, 31 Mar 2016 22:16:37 +0300, Evgeny Filatov > <e.v.filatov@ieee.org> wrote: > >> On 31.03.2016 20:13, Randy Yates wrote: >> (snip) >>> Hello Evgeny, >>> >>> I have been on comp.dsp since about 1993. It has been a real pleasure >>> and privilege to hear and learn from folks like you. I can't really >>> espouse this group enough - it has helped me greatly in my pursuit of >>> DSP. >>> >> >> I've learned about comp.dsp in early 2010s. I was offered a job I wasn't >> qualified for; I needed to learn some DSP to do it, so I needed a DSP >> text. That's how I've purchased a copy of "Understanding Digital Signal >> Processing" by Lyons and learnt about this group. >> >> Evgeny >> > > It's always good to hear the success stories! ;) > > > Eric Jacobsen > Anchor Hill Communications > http://www.anchorhill.com >
Haha. That was a story of how I've appeared at comp.dsp. But I've indeed successfully managed to do that. ;) Evgeny
On Thu, 31 Mar 2016 22:40:13 +0300, Evgeny Filatov
<e.v.filatov@ieee.org> wrote:

>On 31.03.2016 22:25, Eric Jacobsen wrote: >> On Thu, 31 Mar 2016 22:16:37 +0300, Evgeny Filatov >> <e.v.filatov@ieee.org> wrote: >> >>> On 31.03.2016 20:13, Randy Yates wrote: >>> (snip) >>>> Hello Evgeny, >>>> >>>> I have been on comp.dsp since about 1993. It has been a real pleasure >>>> and privilege to hear and learn from folks like you. I can't really >>>> espouse this group enough - it has helped me greatly in my pursuit of >>>> DSP. >>>> >>> >>> I've learned about comp.dsp in early 2010s. I was offered a job I wasn't >>> qualified for; I needed to learn some DSP to do it, so I needed a DSP >>> text. That's how I've purchased a copy of "Understanding Digital Signal >>> Processing" by Lyons and learnt about this group. >>> >>> Evgeny >>> >> >> It's always good to hear the success stories! ;) >> >> >> Eric Jacobsen >> Anchor Hill Communications >> http://www.anchorhill.com >> > >Haha. That was a story of how I've appeared at comp.dsp. But I've indeed >successfully managed to do that. ;) > >Evgeny
It's good to hear the occassional story of how people are helped by it. Plus, you've hung around. That's good! Success! ;) Eric Jacobsen Anchor Hill Communications http://www.anchorhill.com
On 31.03.2016 22:25, Eric Jacobsen wrote:
> On Thu, 31 Mar 2016 22:16:37 +0300, Evgeny Filatov > <e.v.filatov@ieee.org> wrote: > >> On 31.03.2016 20:13, Randy Yates wrote: >> (snip) >>> Hello Evgeny, >>> >>> I have been on comp.dsp since about 1993. It has been a real pleasure >>> and privilege to hear and learn from folks like you. I can't really >>> espouse this group enough - it has helped me greatly in my pursuit of >>> DSP. >>> >> >> I've learned about comp.dsp in early 2010s. I was offered a job I wasn't >> qualified for; I needed to learn some DSP to do it, so I needed a DSP >> text. That's how I've purchased a copy of "Understanding Digital Signal >> Processing" by Lyons and learnt about this group. >> >> Evgeny >> > > It's always good to hear the success stories! ;) > > > Eric Jacobsen > Anchor Hill Communications > http://www.anchorhill.com >
Eric, by the way, after our recent discussion I've attempted to update my library, and may be you'd like to have a look at these, too: 1) http://www.amazon.com/Trellis-Turbo-Coding-Graph-Based-Communication/dp/1118083164/ 2) http://www.amazon.com/Fundamentals-Convolutional-Coding-Digital-Communication/dp/0470276835/ The book by Johannesson and Zigangirov contains a really accessible description of the BCJR algorithm (okey, perhaps that can be useful for anyone else). (The text can also be found in the web at some websites. It's just when a book is useful I try to get a copy.) Evgeny