Elektor Bestseller on DSP Now at 20% Off

December 23, 2013 | 00:00
Elektor Bestseller on DSP Now at 20% Off
Elektor Bestseller on DSP Now at 20% Off

There’s never been a better opportunity to purchase our increasingly popular publication Practical Digital Signal Processing Using Microcontrollers. This book is vital reading for anyone interested in digital signal processing (DSP). If you order your copy before January 1, 2014, you will receive 20% off  the regular sales price of $72.50.

 
This practical and accessible DSP text is an excellent resource when delving into discrete time signals and their use in microcontroller-based systems. Utilizing minimal mathematical treatment and presenting functional, constructive examples and tested-and-tried microcontroller programs, author Dogan Ibrahim empowers readers to design and implement DSP algorithms using popular Microchip Technology PIC microcontrollers.


The book features:

• Revision of the number theory used in DSP applications

• Examples of currently available DSP development systems

• Revision of the popular MikroElektronika mikroC Pro for PIC language used in the book

• Time and frequency domain analysis and discrete time signal processing using MathWorks’s MATLAB, including digital convolution and discrete Fourier transforms (DFTs)

• Design of practical finite impulse response (FIR) digital filters using standard microcontrollers

• Design of practical infinite impulse response (IIR) digital filters using standard microcontrollers

• Brief introduction to dedicated DSP chips

 
Special Limited Time Offer:
Anyone who orders this book by January 1, 2014, will receive a 20% discount, providing even more reason to get your copy early and familiarize yourself with DSP basic theory and the process of capturing, analyzing, and manipulating typically analog signals.

 

Based on his book, Professor Ibrahim will be presenting the Elektor/element14 webinar “Digital Signal Processing Using Microcontrollers.” It will be webcast on Thursday, January 23, 2014, at 4 PM (CET) and is free of charge. The webinar will focus on using the high-end Microchip Technology PIC18F microcontroller series. The webinar will make frequent references to Ibrahim’s book.

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