AED707 - Introduction to Real-Time DSP Programming & System Design
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Introduction to Real-Time DSP Programming & System Design
This course provides a hands-on introduction to embedded DSP development using a general purpose software-programmable DSP processor (Texas Instruments? TMS320VC5510). Basic concepts in DSP (Digital Signal Processing) will be reviewed using the MATLAB programming environment. Emphasis will also be placed on choosing and applying Analog-to-Digital and Digital-to-Analog converters to achieve the highest resolution for the application.
One subject credit in the Applied Electronics Design Post-Diploma Program.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Describe the basic processes in DSP, namely, sampling, interpolation, convolution, Fourier analysis
2. Describe the basic signal types (analog, discrete, digital)
3. Understand quantization and the limitations of how real numbers are represented in a computer
4. Understand the fixed-point arithmetic and number representations that are used in embedded DSP applications.
5. Use the MATLAB programming environment to explore DSP concepts & prototype DSP algorithms.
6. Describe the major architectural differences between general purpose microcontrollers and DSP microcontrollers
7. Understand the TMS320C5510 DSP CPU and Programmers Model, and use this knowledge to write optimised assembly language code for the TMS320C55x family of DSPs that implements common DSP algorithms.
8. Understand the criteria for selection of data converters and associated support circuitry in order to achieve the greatest effective number of bits in the data conversion.
9. Apply TI's analog signal chain evaluation modules in order to quickly prototype a DSP application.
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