Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
Digital Signal Processing (DSP) is concerned with the representation of signals as a sequence of numbers and the operations carried out on the signals to extract specific information contained in them.
The objective of the laboratory is to enable the students simulate and experiment with digital signals and systems and apply the theory they have studied in DSP courses. Students can implement digital signal processing algorithms using different computational platforms and DSP tools. They can critically analyze the behavior of their implementation, and observe the specific limitations inherent to the computational platform and tools.
The laboratory combines both hardware and software facilities. The DSP lab is equipped with 10 sets of personal computers, oscilloscopes, Texas Instruments DSP cards (TMS320LF2507A and TMS320C6711), signal generators, digital multimeters and two 3 GHz spectrum analyzers. The software used include Code Composer Studio, MATLAB, C++, etc.