Course pages 2019–20

# Digital Signal Processing

## Lecture notes

- Presentation slides – for 4:3 projector
- Print version – 4 slides per side of A4
- Large print version – 2 slides per side of A4
- Exercises (2up)

Information for supervisors of Part II(50%) students

## Demonstration and exercise materials

- Introduction to MATLAB lecture
- Zoneplate sampler, zoneplate bitmap (lecture 5)
- touchtone.wav (Assignment 2, exercises 14 (b) and 15)
- Touchtone specification: ITU-T Recommendations Q.23 and Q.24 (Assignment 2, exercises 14 (b) and 15)
- stars-blurred.png, stars-psf.png (Assignment 3, exercise 13)
- IQ sampled recordings of FM radio broadcasts (Assignment 3,
exercises 19 and 20):
- iq-fm-96M-240k.dat

center frequency 96.0 MHz (= BBC Radio Cambridgeshire), sample rate 240 kHz, 30 s, 38 MB - iq-fm-97M-3.6M.dat

center frequency 97.0 MHz, sample rate 3.6 MHz, 4 s, 102 MB, covers three FM radio stations

- iq-fm-96M-240k.dat
- Image files bear.png and boat.png used in the demonstration (lecture 12, source)

## Related links

- DSP textbook with full text online: Steven W. Smith: The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing
- This course is only a brief introduction into the basics of
Digital Signal Processing. For in-depth coverage, have a look at the
entire series of courses taught on the same subject in the Engineering
Tripos:
- Fourier Transforms, Signal & Data Analysis (Part IB, Paper 7, Section C, lecture notes: Joan Lasenby)
- Module 3F1 – Signals and Systems (Part IIA)
- Module 3F3 – Signal and Pattern Processing (Part IIA, lecture notes: Dr Godsill)
- Module 4F7 – Digital Filters and Spectrum Estimation (Part IIB, lecture notes: Dr Godsill)

- comp.dsp FAQ
- Cool videos: mechanical implementation of the inverse DCT and the DCT.