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Digital Signal Processing Complete Ebook PDF
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Digital Signal Processing Complete Ebook PDF

Ashish talpade | 16-Jan-2016 |
Sampling and Reconstruction , Quantization , Discrete-Time Systems , FIR Filtering and Convolution , Z-Transforms , Transfer Functions , Digital Filter Realizations , Signal Processing Applications , DFT/FFT Algorithms , FIR Digital Filter Design , IIR Digital Filter Design , Interpolation , Decimation , And Oversampling ,

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1 Sampling and Reconstruction 1
1.1 Introduction, 1
1.2 Review of Analog Signals, 1
1.3 Sampling Theorem, 4
1.3.1 Sampling Theorem, 6
1.3.2 Antialiasing Prefilters, 7
1.3.3 Hardware Limits, 8
1.4 Sampling of Sinusoids, 9
1.4.1 Analog Reconstruction and Aliasing, 10
1.4.2 Rotational Motion, 27
1.4.3 DSP Frequency Units, 29
1.5 Spectra of Sampled Signals∗, 29
1.5.1 Discrete-Time Fourier Transform, 31
1.5.2 Spectrum Replication, 33
1.5.3 Practical Antialiasing Prefilters, 38
1.6 Analog Reconstructors∗, 42
1.6.1 Ideal Reconstructors, 43
1.6.2 Staircase Reconstructors, 45
1.6.3 Anti-Image Postfilters, 46
1.7 Basic Components of DSP Systems, 53
1.8 Problems, 55
2 Quantization 61
2.1 Quantization Process, 61
2.2 Oversampling and Noise Shaping∗, 65
2.3 D/A Converters, 71
2.4 A/D Converters, 75
2.5 Analog and Digital Dither∗, 83
2.6 Problems, 90
3 Discrete-Time Systems 95
3.1 Input/Output Rules, 96
3.2 Linearity and Time Invariance, 100
3.3 Impulse Response, 103
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3.4 FIR and IIR Filters, 105
3.5 Causality and Stability, 112
3.6 Problems, 117
4 FIR Filtering and Convolution 121
4.1 Block Processing Methods, 122
4.1.1 Convolution, 122
4.1.2 Direct Form, 123
4.1.3 Convolution Table, 126
4.1.4 LTI Form, 127
4.1.5 Matrix Form, 129
4.1.6 Flip-and-Slide Form, 131
4.1.7 Transient and Steady-State Behavior, 132
4.1.8 Convolution of Infinite Sequences, 134
4.1.9 Programming Considerations, 139
4.1.10 Overlap-Add Block Convolution Method, 143
4.2 Sample Processing Methods, 146
4.2.1 Pure Delays, 146
4.2.2 FIR Filtering in Direct Form, 152
4.2.3 Programming Considerations, 160
4.2.4 Hardware Realizations and Circular Buffers, 162
4.3 Problems, 178
5 z-Transforms 183
5.1 Basic Properties, 183
5.2 Region of Convergence, 186
5.3 Causality and Stability, 193
5.4 Frequency Spectrum, 196
5.5 Inverse z-Transforms, 202
5.6 Problems, 210
6 Transfer Functions 214
6.1 Equivalent Descriptions of Digital Filters, 214
6.2 Transfer Functions, 215
6.3 Sinusoidal Response, 229
6.3.1 Steady-State Response, 229
6.3.2 Transient Response, 232
6.4 Pole/Zero Designs, 242
6.4.1 First-Order Filters, 242
6.4.2 Parametric Resonators and Equalizers, 244
6.4.3 Notch and Comb Filters, 249
6.5 Deconvolution, Inverse Filters, and Stability, 254
6.6 Problems, 259
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7 Digital Filter Realizations 265
7.1 Direct Form, 265
7.2 Canonical Form, 271
7.3 Cascade Form, 277
7.4 Cascade to Canonical, 284
7.5 Hardware Realizations and Circular Buffers, 293
7.6 Quantization Effects in Digital Filters, 305
7.7 Problems, 306
8 Signal Processing Applications 316
8.1 Digital Waveform Generators, 316
8.1.1 Sinusoidal Generators, 316
8.1.2 Periodic Waveform Generators, 321
8.1.3 Wavetable Generators, 330
8.2 Digital Audio Effects, 349
8.2.1 Delays, Echoes, and Comb Filters, 350
8.2.2 Flanging, Chorusing, and Phasing, 355
8.2.3 Digital Reverberation, 362
8.2.4 Multitap Delays, 374
8.2.5 Compressors, Limiters, Expanders, and Gates, 378
8.3 Noise Reduction and Signal Enhancement, 382
8.3.1 Noise Reduction Filters, 382
8.3.2 Notch and Comb Filters, 398
8.3.3 Line and Frame Combs for Digital TV, 409
8.3.4 Signal Averaging, 421
8.3.5 Savitzky-Golay Smoothing Filters∗, 427
8.4 Problems, 453
9 DFT/FFT Algorithms 464
9.1 Frequency Resolution and Windowing, 464
9.2 DTFT Computation, 475
9.2.1 DTFT at a Single Frequency, 475
9.2.2 DTFT over Frequency Range, 478
9.2.3 DFT, 479
9.2.4 Zero Padding, 481
9.3 Physical versus Computational Resolution, 482
9.4 Matrix Form of DFT, 486
9.5 Modulo-N Reduction, 489
9.6 Inverse DFT, 496
9.7 Sampling of Periodic Signals and the DFT, 499
9.8 FFT, 504
9.9 Fast Convolution, 515
9.9.1 Circular Convolution, 515
9.9.2 Overlap-Add and Overlap-Save Methods, 520
9.10 Problems, 523
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10 FIR Digital Filter Design 532
10.1 Window Method, 532
10.1.1 Ideal Filters, 532
10.1.2 Rectangular Window, 535
10.1.3 Hamming Window, 540
10.2 Kaiser Window, 541
10.2.1 Kaiser Window for Filter Design, 541
10.2.2 Kaiser Window for Spectral Analysis, 555
10.3 Frequency Sampling Method, 558
10.4 Other FIR Design Methods, 558
10.5 Problems, 559
11 IIR Digital Filter Design 563
11.1 Bilinear Transformation, 563
11.2 First-Order Lowpass and Highpass Filters, 566
11.3 Second-Order Peaking and Notching Filters, 573
11.4 Parametric Equalizer Filters, 581
11.5 Comb Filters, 590
11.6 Higher-Order Filters, 592
11.6.1 Analog Lowpass Butterworth Filters, 594
11.6.2 Digital Lowpass Filters, 599
11.6.3 Digital Highpass Filters, 603
11.6.4 Digital Bandpass Filters, 606
11.6.5 Digital Bandstop Filters, 611
11.6.6 Chebyshev Filter Design∗, 615
11.7 Problems, 628
12 Interpolation, Decimation, and Oversampling 632
12.1 Interpolation and Oversampling, 632
12.2 Interpolation Filter Design∗, 638
12.2.1 Direct Form, 638
12.2.2 Polyphase Form, 640
12.2.3 Frequency Domain Characteristics, 645
12.2.4 Kaiser Window Designs, 647
12.2.5 Multistage Designs, 649
12.3 Linear and Hold Interpolators∗, 657
12.4 Design Examples∗, 661
12.4.1 4-fold Interpolators, 661
12.4.2 Multistage 4-fold Interpolators, 667
12.4.3 DAC Equalization, 671
12.4.4 Postfilter Design and Equalization, 674
12.4.5 Multistage Equalization, 678
12.5 Decimation and Oversampling∗, 686
12.6 Sampling Rate Converters∗, 691
12.7 Noise Shaping Quantizers∗, 698
12.8 Problems, 705

 

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