This text introduces the tools for the analysis and design of discrete-time systems. Starting with a review of fundamental theory, it includes methods for the design of linear time-invariant discrete-time systems to meet prescribed design specifications. It also provides coverage of the analysis and effects of quantization of signal and system parameters due to finite word-length base implementation of systems. MATLAB exercises are used throughout the text to illustrate important concepts, difficult analytical results and typical practical problems. The final chapter of the text focuses on important practical applications of digital signal processing.
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