Questions tagged [dsp-core]

A dsp core is a processing unit specialized for digital signal processing tasks.

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Mathematically inclined Signal and Systems/Signal Processing book?

I'm an electronics engineering student with high inclination to analysis and pure mathematics. I was just wondering if there was any book ( or any resource ) that treats signal and systems and signal ...
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Get a N-FFT with two N/2-FFT already computed

After somme researchs on the web, I don't find the answer of my problem (or I don't understand it) and I hope this post will succeed. I'm working on a real-time FFT convolution algorithm (C++) which ...
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Raised-Cosine Filter - calculating phase response

I want to compute phase response of an raised-cosine FIR filter. I have trouble finding the complex transfer function of the filter in literature (there is a real valued transfer function of frequency)...
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Costa's loop questions, design, tracking and limitations

Why does Costa's loop PLL bandwidth need to be narrow? and why can't it track a certain frequency offset? and does that hold even if it has a filter with a pole at DC?
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How to decide what platform is best to implement real-time audio processing on?

When developing products I do all of my algorithm design in Matlab. They are usually pretty basic, an IIR or FIR filter or two, a couple FFTs, etc. When it comes time to move it to an embedded ...
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How to pick coefficients for Fractional Delay Filters?

I have a Virtex 6 FPGA running at 200MHz with ADC/DACs on it. I have been converting a WiFi signal (2462MHz) down to a more reasonable IF of 25MHz, sampling, running the signal through taps, tweaking ...
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What's the difference between using DFT, IDFT or DCT to calculate cepstrum of a power spectrum?

I've seen different equations that calculate cepstrum from power spectrum, but the equations are not consistent. Some people use Fourier transform, some use the inverse Fourier transform, and some use ...
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OFDM training symbol format

For OFDM synchronisation, we are using two training symbols according to the Schmidl and Cox method of frequency synchronization and timing synchronization. The paper says: The first OFDM training ...
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Speech Activity Detection- Adhoc Problem with multi source sounds(birds,trees,heavy air) and how to eliminate them completely

Here i will first try to put my application agenda Typically i am sampling at 8Khz rate and filtering speech components using a BPF(digital) now i have got the 0-4Khz components in which ...
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SNR of a 16-bit DSP with 12-bit ADC, 40-bit accumulator

According to the 6dB-per-bit rule, a 16-bit DSP would provide 96 dB of dynamic range, approximately. If the ADC and DAC are both 12-bit long, the DSP is still considered to have 96 dB, or the ...
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What does 'canonical' mean?

What does 'canonical' mean? e.g. 'write IIR or FIR in canonical form' I get the gist of it but maybe someone here has a precise definition. In a non-DSP context it would mean something like '...
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Hardware requirements for ambient active noise cancallation system using adaptive LMS

Background I'm working on a hobby project to reduce ambient low-frequency noise generated from HVAC equipment within a small area of a room. The noise is predictable and concentrated between 55Hz and ...
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FFT of a $N$-length real sequence via FFT of a $N/2$-length complex sequence

I am doing FFT. The one way I did is to put real part in one array and the imaginary part as zeros and then calculated the FFT. But this take up lots of resources. Now I want to calculate FFT by ...
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Does sampling in the frequency domain cause time-domain aliasing?

Let's say I have an impulse response $h[n]$. I analyze the power spectrum of that impulse response similar to fourier transformed $h[n]$ corresponding to roughly $H[f]$. Now I compare $H[f]$ with ...
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Hilbert Transform, filters - two different phase graphs

Relationship between magnitude response and phase response for minimum phase is: Phase plots are obtained from Hilbert transform of real magnitude values. Input to Hilbert transform was a vector (...
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FIXED POINT conversion Problem (DSP)

Actually after reading the data from ADC is an $Q15$ format (ie. ADC supports 0-3.3v, ADC is an unipolar type). then the $Q15$ data is converted to $q31$ format ($Q31$ value = $q15_{data}$ <<16)....