ECE 4773: DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
Professor Joseph Picone
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Mississippi State University
phone/fax: 601-325-3149; office: 413 Simrall
The Digital Signal Processing (DSP) course consists of
two parts: the theory track, which is organized as a series of 45
one-hour lectures; and a implementation track that consists of matlab
exercises, DSP programming projects, and a short final project in
which students implement a novel real-time DSP algorithm and
demonstrate its performance on real data. An extensive archive of
past and present DSP course work can be found on this web site.
Questions or comments about the material presented here can be
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