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Real-Time DSP For Sophomores
Real-Time DSP for Sophomores
Kenneth H. Chiang,
Brian L. Evans,
William T. Huang,
Edward A. Lee,
David G. Messerschmitt,
H. John Reekie, and
Shankar S. Sastry
Department of Electrical Engineering
and Computer Sciences
University of California,
Berkeley, CA 94720-1770
We are developing a sophomore course to serve as a first course in
The course focuses on discrete-time systems.
Its goal is to give students an intuitive understanding of
concepts such as sinusoids, frequency domain, sampling, aliasing,
In the laboratory, students build simulations and real-time systems
to test these ideas.
By using a combination of high-level and DSP assembly languages,
the students experiment with a variety of views into the representation,
design, and implementation of systems.
The students are exposed to a digital style of implementation
based on programming both desktop and embedded processors.
Brian L. Evans, 211-105 Cory Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720-1772