DSP Engineer - Video, Audio, Biomedical, Voice, vibrations. Actually: Adas Perception architect in Visteon, Karlsruhe Previous: Senior DSP Engineer in Visteon, Karlsruhe Previous: Senior DSP / Embedded Engineer, Hirschmann, Stuttgart Fond of: Kalman, Hidden Markov Models, Bayesian Estimators, signal interpretation and understanding.

Re: DSP chip ??

Reply posted 2 weeks ago (07/01/2020)
What about DSPic from Microchip?There are several versions easy to solder.You can eve find some DIP Cus

Re: A DSP Online Conference?

Reply posted 2 weeks ago (06/29/2020)
Definitely a great idea.But, I propose that the call for speakers should come after a more strategic decision - i.e. which hot topics to cover.

Re: Fixed point exponentiation

Reply posted 1 year ago (07/02/2019)
This is the documentation of a Fixed Point package that I have created some years ago.It describes power of 10 - but the things are correlated.It is based on the...

Re: How to cancel REALLY heavy echo?

Reply posted 2 years ago (09/20/2018)
Well yes, I got 40-45 dB attenuation (different performances at different frequencies) but there was a lot of effort on linearity compensation.I guess that the non-linearity...

Re: How to cancel REALLY heavy echo?

Reply posted 2 years ago (09/20/2018)
Hi the "double talk detection" approach is not that appealing to me, looks like a kind of workaround solution and does not focus on the very nature of the problem.-15/-20dB...
It seems to me that you are either underestimating the complexity of your specifications, or overestimating what Digital Signal Processing can do for you.
This is not clear, Kam."Effective" in doing what?I could guess that you are talking about equalization.I mean - frequency response equalization and phase composition.Do...

Re: Audio speed changer without changing the pitch

Reply posted 3 years ago (11/20/2017)
SOLA is a method that works fine, and is based on individuation of so-called EPOCHS - which are more or less the lowest frequency repetitive time period which comes...

Re: cross correlation of two images

Reply posted 3 years ago (05/21/2017)
IMHO, if the system is not real time, or there is processing power enough, rough cross correlation with no prior pre processing is more powerful.(provided that no...

Re: Otoacoustic emissions

Reply posted 3 years ago (01/31/2017)
hiI am not sure what your request actually means.1) what is your current level of understanding - what kind of suggestions do you need?2) what is your comment about...

Re: Voice recognition using TMS

Reply posted 3 years ago (01/14/2017)
No algorithms, just have input capture and feed the ADC with that.A simple circular buffer will be more that fine.

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