The second edition of this well received text continues to provide coherent and comprehensive coverage of digital signal processing. It is designed for undergraduate students of Electronics and Communication engineering, Telecommunication engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation engineering, Electrical and Electronics engineering, Electronics and Computers engineering, Biomedical engineering and Medical Electronics engineering. This book will also be useful to AMIE and IETE students.
Written with student-centred, pedagogically-driven approach, the text provides a self-contained introduction to the theory of digital signal processing. It covers topics ranging from basic discrete-time signals and systems, discrete convolution and correlation, Z-transform and its applications, realization of discrete-time systems, discrete-time Fourier transform, discrete Fourier series, discrete Fourier transform to fast Fourier transform. In addition to this, various design techniques for design of IIR and FIR filters are discussed. Multi-rate digital signal processing and introduction to digital signal processors and finite word length effects on digital filters are also covered. All the solved and unsolved problems in this book are designed to illustrate the topics in a clear way.
MATLAB programs and the results for typical examples are also included at the end of chapters for the benefit of the students.
New to This Edition
A chapter on Finite Word Length Effects in Digital Filters
Numerous worked-out examples in each chapter
Short questions with answers help students to prepare for examinations and interviews
Fill in the blanks, review questions, objective type questions and unsolved problems at the end of each chapter to test the level of understanding of the subject