DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LAB
Funded by NSF

 

 

 

 

A Digital Signal Processor
(TMS320 DSP)

 

 

The Digital Signal Processing at Western Michigan University has twelve DSP workstations that have Texas Instrument's TMS320 Digital Signal Processors. This hardware is coupled with a Code Composer Software to allow for an easily programmable processor. The software is equipped with both a C compiler and an Assembly compiler. The processors are used in the DSP course (ECE 455) and in undergraduate and graduate DSP research projects that include digital signals applied to image and speech processing.

 

 

 

 

 

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