Practical Digital Signal Processing for Engineers and Technicians - Live online course

Country: 
Australia
Category: 
Electronic Engineering
City: 
Online - Attend from your desk!
Course Scheduled Number: 
160608E-AU
Course start date: 
Thursday, 30 June 2016
Course end date: 
Thursday, 30 June 2016
Contact Person: 
Ruth Kennedy
Contact Email: 
[email protected]
Contact Telephone: 
1300 138 522

 

THE COURSE
Digital Signal Processing (DSP) is the capture, analysis and manipulation of an analogue signal by a digital computer. The integration of DSP software and hardware into products across a wide range of industries has necessitated the understanding and application of DSP by engineers and technicians.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • At the end of this course, you will be able to:
  • Describe the fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
  • Apply DSP technology to improve efficiency
  • Analyse frequency of signals and the application of this knowledge
  • Correctly apply design digital filters
  • Analyse the performance of DSP systems
  • Identify the key issues in designing a DSP system
  • Specify features and capabilities of commercial DSP applications

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Condition monitoring engineers and technicians
  • Control system engineers
  • Communications system engineers
  • Design engineers
  • Electrical and electronic engineers
  • Instrumentation engineers

PRE-REQUISITES:
Fundamental knowledge of basic electrical engineering concepts. Basic knowledge of operation of windows 95/98/2000/NT operating system.

 

COURSE OUTLINE
This is an intensive online course. The course is split up in to two sections – Live sessions and recorded lectures. All 8 hours will be provided upon course completion for review.

 
LIVE SESSIONS
SESSION ONE

FREQUENCY ANALYSIS OF DISCRETE SIGNALS

  • Fourier series for periodic signals
  • Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) for non-periodic signals
  • Understanding the DFT equation
  • DFT properties
  • The inverse DFT
  • The Fast Fourier Transform (FFT)
  • Frequency analysis of discrete signals ; use of Windows and DFT results interpretation
  • Fast computation of convolution using DFT
  • Other related transforms

SESSION TWO
FIR DIGITAL FILTER DESIGN

  • Review of classical filter approximation techniques
  • Characteristics of FIR filters
  • Design methods
  • Design examples

IIR DIGITAL FILTER DESIGN

  • Characteristics of IIR filters
  • Design methods
  • Design examples

SESSION THREE
DIGITAL FILTER REALISATIONS

  • Direct from
  • Hardware realisations
  • Quantisation effects

SESSION FOUR
COMMERCIAL DSP HARDWARE

  • Architectural difference between DSP chips and general purpose microprocessors
  • Texas instruments TMS320 family
  • Motorola DSP 56000 family
  • Analog devices ADSP-2100 family

PRACTICAL TOOLS FOR DSP SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT

  • Software and hardware development tools
  • Stimulation tools for algorithm development

 
RECORDED LECTURES
RECORDING ONE

INTRODUCTION

  • Terminology and motivation
  • Why process digitally?
  • A typical DSP system
  • Some current application areas

RECORDING TWO
DIGITAL TO ANALOG AND ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERSION

  • Periodic sampling and aliasing
  • Digital to analog converters
  • Analog reconstruction
  • Analog to digital converters

RECORDING THREE
DISCRETE SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS

  • Discrete time signals; notation and representation
  • Classification of discrete systems
  • The concept of the impulse function
  • The concept of convolution
  • Auto-correlation and cross-correlation of signals

RECORDING FOUR
DSP APPLICATION EXAMPLES

  • Digital waveform generators
  • Speech modelling and synthesis
  • Noise reduction and signal enhancement
  • Image restoration
  • Communications system

 

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Price$449.00 AUD
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