Digital Signal Processing First, Global Edition

Series
Pearson
Author
James H. McClellan / Ronald Schafer / Mark Yoder  
Publisher
Pearson
Cover
Softcover
Edition
2
Language
English
Total pages
592
Pub.-date
August 2016
ISBN13
9781292113869
ISBN
1292113863
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Description

For introductory courses (freshman and sophomore courses) in Digital Signal Processing and Signals and Systems. Text may be used before the student has taken a course in circuits.
DSP First and its accompanying digital assets are the result of more than 20 years of work that originated from, and was guided by, the premise that signal processing is the best starting point for the study of electrical and computer engineering. The 'DSP First' approach introduces the use of mathematics as the language for thinking about engineering problems, lays the groundwork for subsequent courses, and gives students hands-on experiences with MATLAB.
The Second Edition features three new chapters on the Fourier Series, Discrete-Time Fourier Transform, and the The Discrete Fourier Transform as well as updated labs, visual demos, an update to the existing chapters, and hundreds of new homework problems and solutions.

Features

  • NEW! Three chapters on Discrete-Time Fourier Transform, and the The Discrete Fourier Transform.
  • NEW! Updated labs, visual demos, an update to the existing chapters, and hundreds of new homework problems and solutions.
  • Four chapters on analog signal processing systems, plus many updates and enhancements.
  • Creative use of innovative, computer technology—Makes abstract content more accessible, enabling it to reach a wider range of students. Unique features from this work, such as visual learning animations, hands-on demonstrations, and integrated laboratories in multimedia format are widely hailed as essential learning tools for mastering fundamental concepts.
  • Many actual signals and sound files can be viewed with a Web browser or imported into MATLAB.
  • Archive of hundreds of solved exercises on the Companion Website, plus much more.

New to this Edition

  • NEW! Three chapters on Discrete-Time Fourier Transform, and the The Discrete Fourier Transform.
  • NEW! Updated labs, visual demos, an update to the existing chapters, and hundreds of new homework problems and solutions.

Table of Contents

Introduction   

1-1 Mathematical Representation of Signals  

1-2 Mathematical Representation of Systems

1-3 Systems as Building Blocks

1-4 The Next Step


Sinusoids

2-1 Tuning Fork Experiment   

2-2 Review of Sine and Cosine Functions

2-3 Sinusoidal Signals

2-3.1 Relation of Frequency to Period

2-3.2   Phase and Time Shift

2-4 Sampling and Plotting Sinusoids

2-5 Complex Exponentials and Phasors

2-5.1 Review of Complex Numbers

2-5.2 Complex Exponential Signals

2-5.3   The Rotating Phasor Interpretation

2-5.4   Inverse Euler Formulas Phasor Addition

2-6 Phasor Addition

2-6.1   Addition of Complex Numbers

2-6.2   Phasor Addition Rule

2-6.3   Phasor Addition Rule: Example

2-6.4   MATLAB Demo of Phasors

2-6.5   Summary of the Phasor Addition Rule Physics of the Tuning Fork

2-7.1   Equations from Laws of Physics

2-7.2   General Solution to the Differential Equation

2-7.3   Listening to Tones

2-8 Time Signals: More Than Formulas

Summary and Links

Problems


Spectrum Representation  

3-1 The Spectrum of a Sum of Sinusoids

3-1.1   Notation Change

3-1.2   Graphical Plot of the Spectrum

3-1.3   Analysis vs. Synthesis

Sinusoidal Amplitude Modulation

3-2.1   Multiplication of Sinusoids

3-2.2   Beat Note Waveform

3-2.3   Amplitude Modulation

3-2.4   AM Spectrum

3-2.5   The Concept of Bandwidth

Operations on the Spectrum

3-3.1   Scaling or Adding a Constant

3-3.2   Adding Signals

3-3.3   Time-Shifting x.t/ Multiplies ak by a Complex Exponential

3-3.4   Differentiating x.t/ Multiplies ak by .j 2nfk/

3-3.5   Frequency Shifting

Periodic Waveforms

3-4.1   Synthetic Vowel

3-4.3   Example of a Non-periodic Signal

Fourier Series

3-5.1   Fourier Series: Analysis

3-5.2   Analysis of a Full-Wave Rectified Sine Wave

3-5.3   Spectrum of the FWRS Fourier Series

3-5.3.1  DC Value of Fourier Series

3-5.3.2  Finite Synthesis of a Full-Wave Rectified Sine

Time–Frequency Spectrum

3-6.1   Stepped Frequency

3-6.2   Spectrogram Analysis

Frequency Modulation: Chirp Signals

3-7.1   Chirp or Linearly Swept Frequency

3-7.2   A Closer Look at Instantaneous Frequency

Summary and Links

Problems


Fourier Series

Fourier Series Derivation

4-1.1   Fourier Integral Derivation

Examples of Fourier Analysis

4-2.1   The Pulse Wave

4-2.1.1  Spectrum of a Pulse Wave

4-2.1.2  Finite Synthesis of a Pulse Wave

4-2.2   Triangle Wave

4-2.2.1  Spectrum of a Triangle Wave

4-2.2.2  Finite Synthesis of a Triangle Wave

4-2.3   Half-Wave Rectified Sine

4-2.3.1  Finite Synthesis of a Half-Wave Rectified Sine

Operations on Fourier Series

4-3.1   Scaling or Adding a Constant

4-3.2   Adding Signals

4-3.3   Time-Scaling

4-3.4   Time-Shifting x.t/ Multiplies ak by a Complex Exponential

4-3.5   Differentiating x.t/ Multiplies ak by .j!0k/

4-3.6   Multiply x.t/ by Sinusoid

Average Power, Convergence, and Optimality

4-4.1   Derivation of Parseval’s Theorem

4-4.2   Convergence of Fourier Synthesis

4-4.3   Minimum Mean-Square Approximation

Pulsed-Doppler Radar Waveform

4-5.1   Measuring Range and Velocity

Problems


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