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Digital Signal Processing Laboratory

Location

Laboratory classes for Communications and Digital Signal Processing are conducted in room B240.

Capabilities & instrumentation

The Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Laboratory was established to serve dual purpose of engaging students in research work in various areas of DSP through algorithm development and implementation, while exposing them in experiencing the relevant skills sought by industrial employers in this field. In the DSP Laboratory students acquire skills in the real-time implementation of DSP algorithms on the Texas Instruments TMS320C6747 floating-point DSP.  Programming of the DSP chip is carried out in C using the Code Composer Studio (CCS) integrated development environment.

Experimental activities cover fundamental concepts of digital signal processing such as sampling and aliasing, quantization, digital filter design and implementation, digital audio effects, spectrum estimation and fast algorithms, sampling-rate conversion and multirate processing.

usage

This facility supports the following course titles:

  • Senior Design Projects
  • Communications
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Digital Image Processing