hueggenberg is offering a technical course on theory, algorithms, and architectures of digital signal processing. The course will take place from November 6th to 9th, 2007 in Munich. The four day course will be conducted in English and covers the basics of signal processing and the generic DSP system via frequency domain analysis, digital filtering, DSP software/hardware, DSP audio/baseband processing, signal (audio) source coding, adaptive DSP algorithms, computationally efficient DSP linear systems, digital communications, DSP for mobile and wireless, DSP (software) enabled radio architectures, and DSP on FPGAs.
The complex mathematical theory associated with digital signal processing is presented in an intuitive and straightforward style. The course is aimed at a wide audience reaching from scientists, engineers, project managers to even marketing staff. The following prior experience is useful but not essential: programming principles, electrical engineering principles, Bachelor level mathematics.
The training will feature presentations and design sessions. Special attention is paid to practical experience; each presentation is concluded by a hands-on session in which attendees will be able to simulate and implement the structures and architectures introduced. Each attendee will receive a comprehensive set of notes and examples for in depth study after the course.
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