Signal Processing with Free Software / Practical Experiments

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 3/17/2014
  • Publisher: Iste/Hermes Science Pub
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An ideal resource for students, industrial engineers, and researchers, Signal Processing with Free Software Practical Experiments presents practical experiments in signal processing using free software. The text introduces elementary signals through elementary waveform, signal storage files and elementary operations on signals and then presents the first tools to signal analysis such as temporal and frequency characteristics leading to Time-frequency analysis. Non-parametric spectral analysis is also discussed as well as signal processing through sampling, resampling, quantification, and analog and digital filtering.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 – Generation of elementary signals

1.1 Generation of elementary waveform

1.2 Elementary operations on the signals

1.3. Format of signal storage files

Chapter 2 – First tools of signal analysis

2.1. Measurement of temporal and frequency characteristics of a signal

2.2. Time-frequency analysis of a signal

Chapter 3 – Non-parametric spectral analysis

Chapter 4 – Signal processing

4.1. Sampling

4.2. Resampling

4.3. Quantification

4.4. “Analog” filtering

4.5. Digital filtering

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