Digital Signal Processing Implementation (algorithms to optimisation)
Algorithms to Optimisation
A one-day supplement to the Digital Signal Processing (theory and application) course that takes the theory and translates it into practice.
- The course will include a mixed lecture and demonstration format and has been written to be independent of target processor architecture.
- The course will show how to take common DSP algorithms and map them onto common processor architectures. It will also give a guide line for how to choose a DSP device, in particular how to choose and use the correct data word length for any application.
- In addition to the algorithmic coding issues, the course will also cover the use of hardware specific functionality such as the use of internal or external memory and how to use DMA engines to optimise the use of both.
This course can be taken in conjunction with the Digital Signal Processing (theory and application) course.
What people say about the course...
Very detailed, well organised and clearly presented
- David Irvine, Senior Engineer, Ultra Electronics - CIS
Good supplement, key points were well made
- Ian Weeks, Principal Engineer, Semtech Northern Europe
Very interesting and engaging, will be directly applicable to my work
- Mark Ellis, AWE Plc
Issues covered in the module include the DSP specific aspects of:
- C vs. assembly coding techniques.
- Fixed point effects and wordlength issues.
- Optimising DSP code.
- Debugging DSP code.
- Independent of processor architecture.
- Mixed format of lectures and demonstrations.
First day registration from 8.30am when course materials will be distributed.
Refreshments from 8.30am on the first day plus two 30 minute breaks during the day and a one-hour lunch break.
The course will begin at 9.00am and end at approximately 5.00pm on each day.
Participants who attend the full course will receive a Certificate of Attendance. The sample shown is an illustration only and the wording will reflect the course and dates attended.
Although not included in the course fee, accommodation may be available at our on-site Rewley House Residential Centre.
To enquire about a vacancy, about room charges or to make a booking, please contact the Residential Centre directly:
+44 (0)1856 270362
Standard Course Fee: £415.00
Add Digital Signal Processing (Theory and Application): £1295.00
Standard Course fee for this course only is £415.00, but you can also enrol on Digital Signal Processing (theory and application) course at checkout for an additional £1295.00
Fees include course materials, tuition, refreshments and lunches. The price does not include accommodation.
All courses are VAT exempt.
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Senior Field Applications Engineer,
Xmos Semiconductors Ltd
Since obtaining his BEng(Hons) from the University of Bradford, John has worked as a Signal Processing Applications Engineer for companies such as Loughborough Sound Images, Blue Wave Systems, Motorola and Picochip Designs.
John now works as a Senior Field Applications Engineer at Xmos Semiconductors Ltd. He has worked with DSPs in a wide range of DSP applications including Voice Over IP, voice band and broadband modems, control, medical instrumentation and noise and vibration analysis.
John is a member of the IET, IEEE, and is a regular contributor of papers at international DSP conferences.
The course will include a mixed lecture and demonstration format and has been written to be independent of target processor architecture.
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Level and demands
Graduate level engineers and computer scientists who have limited experience with, and/or limited knowledge of DSP. Although a reasonable competence in mathematics will be helpful it is not essential and all the basic theory will be covered from scratch.
If you're uncertain whether this course is suitable for your requirements, please email us with any questions you may have.
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