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Digital signal processing; a practitioner's approach.


Digital signal processing; a practitioner's approach.

Rangarao, Kaluri Venkata and Ranjan K. Mallik.

John Wiley & Sons


191 pages




From both beginning and experienced electrical engineers, Rangarao (International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad) and Mallik (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi) walk readers from grasping the ideas of digital signal processing to implementing them in specific applications. Their case studies are moving from a difference equation to a program, estimating the direction of arrival, and electronic rotating elements. MATLAB and C programs are appended.

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