08.508 Digital Signal Processing Lab
Prerequisite knowledge and/or skills:
•Write computer programs in an object-oriented language such as C or C++.•Understand basic linear-system concepts: linear time-shift invariance, systemfunctions, Laplace transforms, z-transforms.•Represent digital filters as difference equations, signal flow graphs, z-transformsystem function, poles and zeroes.•Understand Fourier transform properties in continuous and discrete domains.•Understand digital filter (IIR and FIR) designing concepts.
•To define and use Discrete Fourier Transforms (DFTs)•To design and understand simple finite impulse response (FIR) filters•To design and understand simple infinite impulse response (IIR) filters•To train the students to design and implement practical DSP systems•To program a DSP chip TMS320C6713 to filter signals using Code Composer Studio compiler for the chip. The student should understand how to designalgorithms for implementation•To introduce signal processing tool boxes in LabVIEW
Students will:a) Have the ability to conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data invarious problems using MATLAB, and DSP starter kit using TMS320C6713 b) Be able to design discrete-time filters and/or implement and verify a filtering systemc) Gain knowledge of DSP and be able to design filtering methods in discrete-time domains,as well as to analyze the method in the frequency domain
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