Multirate Processing using the Texas Instruments TMS320C5416 DSK 1.0
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Multirate Processing using the Texas Instruments TMS320C5416 DSK 1.0 Description
Description: A complete application written in C and assembly language to show how changing the sampling rate can be used to improve the sharpness of cut-offs of FIR filters. Shows effects of anti-aliasing and anti-imaging filters. Frequency response curves are provided using MATLAB and in Word format. May be used as the basis of a laboratory or a student project.
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