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The field of Digital Signal Processing was developed due to the flexibility offered by the use of digital computers in implementing signal processing algorithms and systems. The goal of DSP is usually to measure, filter and/or compress continuous real-world analog signals. But to deal with real life analog signals from our environment, it is necessary to convert them to digital form, and vice-versa. This lab boasts of plenty of powerful computers preinstalled with MATLAB and Code Composer Studio (CCStudio), and high-speed Digital Signal Processors of the TMS320C6713 Digital Starter Kit (DSK) family by Texas Instruments. Using these, students are able to perform real-time analysis of signals and get hands-on experience about the theory they have learned in the class.
The laboratory uses the following software and devices