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DSP Workshop

Digital Signal Processing (DSP), has emerged as an significant technology for contemporary electronic systems. It is a form of embedded design that is one of the modern and newest fields, and is considered to be the workhorse of choice for many computational-intensive applications. Modern applications include biomedical signal processing, communications signal processing, image processing, speech processing, video signal processing, and multimedia signal processing.

What's Good About The Course

  • Instead of devastating the student with complex mathematics, the lecturer uses intuitive explanations and well-chosen examples to develop a fundamental understanding of DSP theory, which is hard for the beginner to digest.
  • The practical aspects of signal processing techniques are stressed as opposed to mathematically rigorous discussions of discrete system theory. THIS COURSE TEACHES THE STUDENTS HOW TO USE DSP IN THEIR WORK.
  • Comprehensive in scope, and gentle in approach, the course gives the student a thorough understanding of the basics and the ability to move on to more sophisticated DSP concepts and applications.
  • In addition to covering the key practical aspects of DSP, a collection of tricks-of-the-trade used by DSP professionals, to make their processing more efficient, are introduced throughout the course.
  • In terms of DSP training, this course is the beginner's best opening to efficiently and thoroughly learn the fundamentals of DSP.
 

Who Should Attend

This program is designed for individuals involved in the evaluation, design or development of systems employing digital signal processing, or as an introduction to DSP technology.

Award Requirements

Candidates should have/pursue a bachelor's degree in computer science or electrical engineering or equivalent knowledge acquired through training and experience in hardware design and development. A Specialized certificate is awarded upon completion of required courses.