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Suggestions on basics materials about DSP

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hi to all

can anybody answers................

1. what is FFT?..how it is calculated?...why it is required?..

2. what is DFT?...how it is calculated?...why it is required?..

3. what is Pole and Zero?..how can we define that It is Pole and It is Zero........

4. How can we make our system fast using DSP?..

5. What are the applications for DSP?...

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Re: Basics of DSP

You can find some useful information you are lookin for at:

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Basics of DSP

u have to read the book
Understanding of DSP by Richard lyons
 

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Basics of DSP

download and read these book :

1-Guide to Digital Signal Processing
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2-Prentice Hall - Understanding Digital Signal Processing
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Re: Basics of DSP

hi,

you can get lot many materials on net if you search in any forum :idea:


thanx.......
 

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