This course builds on the theory of digital signal processing. Opportunities are provided to work on specific applications of digital signal processing involving filtering, de-convolution, spectral estimation, and a variety of other techniques. Students may also suggest their own laboratory topics. Laboratory work involves developing signal processing systems on a personal computer and using them with both real and simulated data. Questions related to hardware realizations are also considered.

Course prerequisites: 

525.427 Digital Signal Processing.

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