Welcome to the Real-Time DSP Class Site

Made possible by funding from the following grants:

NSF-CISE-EIA: 9812636, and

 Department of Education-MSIP: P120A960016  

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Digital Signal Processing (DSP) is an engineering field that continues to extend its theoretical foundations and practical implications in the modern world.  From the fulfillment of day-to-day needs, such as personal communications, to sophisticated systems for biomedical and tactical applications, DSP has a strong and ever-increasing participation in the areas of work that are revolutionizing our society.

Digital Signal Processing is the study that deals with the representation of signals as ordered sequences of numbers.  DSP also deals with the fact on how to process those ordered sequences. There are many reasons for typical DSP such as estimating signal parameters, reduce as much as possible and eliminate unwanted interference, and transform a signal into a form that is more informative.

The FIU DSP Laboratory explores some important areas of study and applications of Digital Signal Processing, while simultaneously providing students with the opportunity to experiences DSP and development and implementation work on a first hand basis.