[TriLUG] OT: Need a DSP Book
jim at neuse.net
Mon Jun 5 21:17:09 EDT 2006
i've got the oppenheim and shafer textbook i used in grad school up at
northwestern university that you can use. you're probably better off
with ti app notes, though. me thinks my version of pc-dsp is on 5.25"
floppy and may not be of use. nonetheless, that type of program allows
you to explore dsp more so than anything else i have used.
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Shawn Hood wrote:
> Hey guys,
> I've been given an older TI DSP (TMS305c542) to tinker with. I know this
> group is a culmination of people with a number of skill sets, and I thought
> I would ask if anyone has an entry-level DSP programming book I could
> borrow. I would certainly be willing to pick it up and return it in the
> same condition.
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