An Interactive Multimedia Introduction to Signal Processing

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Springer Science & Business Media, 2002 - Computers - 412 pages
This innovative book and CD-ROM learning system offers students and teachers a hands-on, interactive tool that makes the concepts and tools of modern, computer-based signal processing immediately understandable. Built around interactive software (DASYLab) and supported by 240 illustrations, Karrenberg??'s self-tutorial emphasizes the underlying principles of signals and systems while avoiding mathematical models and equations. This approach makes the material more accessible to readers who may lack mathematical and programming sophistication yet need to use or instruct others in the skills. The CD contains all programs, videos, manuals, and the complete text. The S-version of DASYLab for Windows provides an interactive development environment for the graphic programming of signal processing systems, and, more generally, microelectronics systems. Through active links, block diagrams, a pc sound card, and a microphone, users perform signal processing of real signals, attaining a visceral knowledge of the concepts and methods. More than 200 pre-programmed systems and transparencies are included.

Interactive Multimedia Introduction to Signal Processing has been awarded a prestigious digita2002 award. Digita awards are one of the most important multimedia prizes in Germany's educational market. They are awarded annually to the best educational software in various categories.

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A A
20
B
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WW
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TT
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375
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1000
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50
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RE
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102
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Audio signal
275
Deltamodulated eg deltacoded
339
Offset
342
Eye diagram
385
Symbol time ist synchronized with the digital period length TD
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350
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