Digital Signal Processing -- Practical Techniques, Tips and Tricks
4-Day Live Online Course
8:30 AM – 1:00 PM (Pacific) / 11:30 PM – 5:00 PM (Eastern)
$2095 per person
The goal of this 4-day live online (or 3-day in class) course introduces, explains, and demonstrates powerful, proven techniques, tips and “tricks of the trade” that can dramatically improve accuracy, speed, and efficiency in Digital Signal Processing (DSP) applications." to "The goal of this 4-day live online (or 3-day in class) course is to introduce, explain, and demonstrate powerful, proven techniques, tips and “tricks of the trade” that can dramatically improve accuracy, speed, and efficiency in Digital Signal Processing (DSP) applications.The concepts are first presented using many colorful, clear figures along with plain English explanations and real-world examples. They are next demonstrated using clearly written MATLAB programs (with graphics). This way the student sees the key equations “in action” which increases intuitive understanding and learning speed. These (free) working programs can also be later modified or adapted by the student for customized, site-specific use.
Each student will receive (via delivery) extensive course slides, a CD with MATLAB m-files for demonstration and later adaptation; supplementary materials; and references to aid in the understanding and application of these “techniques, tips, and tricks." A copy of the instructor’s latest book “The Essential Guide to Digital Signal Processing” is also included.
Live online courses are instructor-led. You join in virtually. Get all the benefits of a classroom learning experience without the expenses related to travel!
Dr. Lee Fugal is President of S&ST Technical Consulting–providing guidance and solutions since 1991. He holds a Masters in Applied Physics (DSP) and is Chairman of the San Diego IEEE Signal Processing Society. He is the author of “Conceptual Wavelets in Digital Signal Processing” and co-author with Richard Lyons of “The Essential Guide to Digital Signal Processing”. Drawing on more than 40 years of industry experience, Lee teaches upper-division university courses in DSP and short courses for working engineers at various venues around the country. An IEEE Senior Member, he is a recipient of the IEEE Third Millennium Medal.
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