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    digital signal processing

    what is digital signal processing...is it been applied also for pictures...

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    Re: digital signal processing

    look it up on wikipedia or google.



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    Re: digital signal processing

    Any continous process - which could be converted into an electrical "signal" - and then this signal modified or processed using digital (i.e. NOT analog) methods. Then it is called "Digital" "Signal" "Processing".

    Not really that hard to understand actually.


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    Re: digital signal processing

    Hi, usually Digital Signal Processing is attached to process analog signals by converting them to a digital representation and perform the function(e.g. filtering, analysis etc.) with a fast digital processor. It could be a simple microcontroller for slow changing analog signals or a digital signal processor(DSP) for fast analysis. The output can be again an analog(using DAC) or a digital signal.

    Enjoy your design work!



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    Re: digital signal processing

    Hello every one,
    I have a question about a symbol.
    We know that, complementary of a digital signal is shown by bar on that signal.
    How about an analog signal. Suppose that we have a reference current of Iref, the output current is Iout=out1. Now we would like to have Iref-Iout. How can we display this value with respect to out1. May we mention by bar(out1 bar)?

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    Re: digital signal processing

    Complement of digital signal is inverse of the logic state. Digital has only two states 0 or 1, high or low, true or false, mark or space. Analog is continuous. If analog range is 0 to 5V then how will you represent inverse of it? The value can be example 2.345 or 2.3444. Will you represent it as 1/2.345 or 1/2.3444?

    You can invert like if input is 2.5V then output is -2.5V.



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    Re: digital signal processing

    Quote Originally Posted by an_82 View Post
    Hello every one,
    I have a question about a symbol.
    We know that, complementary of a digital signal is shown by bar on that signal.
    How about an analog signal. Suppose that we have a reference current of Iref, the output current is Iout=out1. Now we would like to have Iref-Iout. How can we display this value with respect to out1. May we mention by bar(out1 bar)?

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    Is this somehow related to OP's question ? If not, then its off topic, start a new thread.

    Even so, the short answer is : your question doesn't really make any sense. And no - you may NOT refer to it as bar(out1 bar) because no one will understand what you mean. You are talking about digital signals, symbols, analog currents, terminology, conventions all in one, and trying to draw parallels which are meaningless.

    Try to clarify your thoughts and ask what it is you specifically want.



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    Re: digital signal processing

    Suppose that there is a reference current of 10uA, or consider the normalized value (equal to 1). the output of the circuit is 6uA, I named it: "out". Now, at the output, we need "Ref-out" (10u-6u), how can I display the output? by which parameter? out with bar on that?



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