**Mixed-signal and DSP Design Techniques**

by Walt Kester

**Publisher**: Newnes 2002**ISBN/ASIN**: 0750676116**ISBN-13**: 9780750676113**Number of pages**: 368

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The reader is provided with information on how to choose between the techniques and how to design a system that takes advantage of the best features of each of them. Imminently practical in approach, the book covers sampled data systems, choosing A-to-D and D-to-A converters for DSP applications, fast Fourier transforms, digital filters, selecting DSP hardware, interfacing to DSP chips, and hardware design techniques. It contains a number of application designs with thorough explanations. Heavily illustrated, the book contains all the design reference information that engineers need when developing mixed and digital signal processing systems.

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