@ Dsp

Discussion in 'The Projects Forum' started by winifred_mit, Oct 3, 2007.

  1. winifred_mit

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    Hi Guyz..
    I m Joe ... Our 5th:) semes DSP lab has a mini-project to be completed..can ne one of u guys gimme some idea or a hint about ny of d projects... bcoz i m an IT student,,, not holdin good with the dsp processors.. Please Guys help me out..shud be simplistic as well as real time..
    Thankin ya..
    JOe:D
     
  2. Dave

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    You OP is not clear, do you want us to suggest you a project to complete for your DSP lab?

    You may also help yourself by saying what resources you have available, i.e. DSP device/dev board etc?

    Dave
     
  3. Papabravo

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    You might also try writing complete English sentences, with correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation. I'm just to old to decode IM'speak.
     
  4. winifred_mit

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    Actually... i don have ne thing in ma hand.. Say ne hard ware .. Jus few softwares,,, Say Matlab n CCS.. Something like tat.. I wud spend on things if u suggest the project... !! Thank u !!
     
  5. Dave

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    Your question would be a lot more comprehensible if you didn't use text speak.

    That said, why don't you use Matlab to design an adaptive filter to filter noise from a broadband audio pulse? Then adapt the filter parameters to clean noise from any arbitrary audio signal.

    Dave
     
  6. omnispace

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    You could apply some interpolation filters to a signal, then find an error function and use that to compare their performances.
     
  7. thingmaker3

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    Let me explain it this way: If you are not willing to make the effort of typing in this forum's accepted language, then I am not willing to make the effort of deciphering your posts.
     
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