Digital signal processing (DSP) is thestudy of signals in a digitalrepresentation and the processingmethods of these signals. DSP andanalog signal processing are subfieldsof signal processing.DSP includes sub fields like: audio andspeech signal processing, sonar andradar signal processing, sensor array processing, spectral estimation,statistical signal processing, image processing, signal processing for communications, biomedical signal processing, seismic data processing,etc.A digital signal processor (DSP) is aspecialized microprocessor designedspecifically for digital signal processing, generally in real time.Digital signal processing can be doneon general-purpose microprocessors.However, a Digital signal processor contains architectural optimizations tospeed up processing. These optimizersare also important to lower costs, heat-emission and power-consumption.DSP technology is now a dayscommon place in such devices asmobile phones, multimedia computers,video recorders, CD players, hard discdrive controllers and modems, and willsoon replace analog circuitry in TVsets and telephones. An importantapplication of DSP is in Digital VoiceEnhancement.DVE technology will enhancecommunication in passenger vehicles, but works especially well in vans andsport utility vehicles where noiselevels are higher and the distance between passengers in greater. Thesystem is also well suited for luxuryvehicles which are typically designedto be quiet, but achieve that level of quiet by using sound absorbingmaterials, which also absorb speech.
What is DSP?
DSP, or Digital Signal Processing, as theterm suggests, is the processing of