A C++-Language Question (Maybe C, too)6417 (4/2/2013 12:01:32 AM) comp.arch.embedded Technically this should be on the C++ language group, but I want an
answer, not to either be sneered at or to start a religious war.
I think this works the same if it's C, once you take out the C++-isms.
Convolutional Codes that guarantee zero AC content5315 (3/27/2013 5:38:13 PM) comp.dsp Are there convolutional codes that guarantee an encoded signal with equal
numbers of zeros and ones? Are they useful?
I'm thinking of a convolutional equivalent to the 8b10b block code used
in Ethernet.... Tim
Name this design pattern510 (3/22/2013 5:44:18 PM) comp.arch.embedded I have been finding myself using the same design pattern more and more
often lately, and I'm thinking of building a little class to carry around
with me and implement it (or, maybe not, 'cause it's so easy)... Tim
PC Data Acquisition4514 (3/13/2013 4:44:58 PM) comp.dsp This is slightly OT for all the groups I'm posting to, but something many
of you should have done.
I have a need to sample one channel of data at between 200 and 2000
samples per second, 12 bits or so, a... Tim
System ID and Numerical Conditioning817 (1/28/2013 5:28:30 PM) comp.dsp Hey all you system ID mavens:
Peter Mairhofer's post raised a question that I wanted to ask about on a
The classic least-squares system ID problem calls for you to solve a big,
Audio CD Error Correction2029 (1/2/2013 8:53:18 PM) comp.dsp I vaguely remember reading a statement about audio CDs, to the effect
that the error correction scheme is designed with some sort of magic so
that it suffers a certain amount of soft degradation before the ... Tim
PLL Terminology Question7258 (10/11/2012 8:36:55 PM) comp.dsp How commonly do you see PLL designs referred to as "type I", "type II",
"type III", etc.? Do the terms make sense to you?
I'm writing a report; don't want to either baffle with bullshit nor leave
out ha... Tim
Matrix Inversion and Processor Loading834 (10/4/2012 10:46:07 PM) comp.dsp Anyone know any handy guides out there to the number of FLOps in a matrix
Particularly for algorithms whose execution times are not data-dependent,
or at least have some known maximum number o... Tim
Kalman Filters and Pink Noise437 (8/24/2012 12:10:27 AM) comp.dsp Oddball question. Or maybe just a plea for comments.
I'm kind of getting painted into a corner, and the color of the paint is
pink. It's looking like I need to estimate pink noise with a Kalman
[OT] -- Electronic get-well cards058 (8/5/2012 6:57:38 PM) comp.dsp Like the subject line says -- totally off topic.
A member of one of my model airplane clubs is in the hospital, and at
times like these I always think that passing around a get-well card is a
Freqz and fft question213 (4/12/2013 5:12:28 PM) comp.dsp Hi,
This is a Matlab specific question. I posted this question on Matlab DSP
discussion group, but it never showed up. So, I am asking the question here
(I have posted questions on the Matlab group before... rudykeram
Effect of oversampling on SFDR218 (4/13/2013 6:32:58 PM) comp.dsp Hi All
My question relates to the effect of oversampling on the SFDR obtained with
an ADC. I understand that the SNR of an ADC, considered over a certain
bandwidth of interest (BW), can be increased relati... SRB
Noise Cancelling Possibilies for Bandpass Noise?136 (4/18/2013 11:28:58 AM) comp.dsp
I have a signal that is the output of a real time system. The system
performs 'ok' but has a a problem of what i would reduce down to additive
band limited noise. Since I know the source (but cant change i... westocl
LTI vs non-LTI455 (4/28/2013 9:36:30 AM) comp.dsp Sirs,
I am going through literature on LTI system and its properties.
In order for me to appreciate a little better, can I get some very simple
1) a non-LTI system that is linear but is t... manishp
Gravity Vector Tracking386 (5/1/2013 7:54:06 PM) comp.dsp Looking for suggestions or pointers on how to track the gravity vector
in 6D data.
Digital Signal Labs
modeling Rayleigh-fading channel in Matlab52 (5/7/2013 6:58:58 PM) comp.dsp
I need to Model Rayleigh-fading channel (P channel) in Matlab (two
multipaths only). I recall that I read somewhere that it can be modeled as
channel = abs(ra... mite_learner
Help on FIR decimation161 (5/14/2013 10:40:44 AM) comp.dsp Hi all
I have a FIR decimation code, which is meant to decimate audio from 44100
Hz to 11025.
My problem is the output is complex, but I need to get this data back to
real number, as the complex
don't mea... joaoneves
Convolving input samples with a filter91 (5/15/2013 12:36:58 PM) comp.dsp Hi group
I am coding a program to do some filtering on an audio file.
So using the method described in Steven Smith's excellent book
"The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing",
I h... me6228(314)
A purely theoretical question372 (5/16/2013 4:59:48 PM) comp.dsp Hi group
I have a purely theoretical question.
When doing a FFT of an unwindowed pure sine signal, if the frequency
doesn't match a bin frequency, many bins will have a magnitude > 0.
Because the magnit... me6228(314)
Help with IIIR filters30 (5/22/2013 5:04:14 PM) comp.dsp I have a problem understanding IIR filter stability problems. The problem
is this; I can't find any stability problems with IIR filters.
I have a health problem that prevents me from working, so as a hobby,... FilterDan