DSP and VLSI Tutorials and Courses

Advanced course on VLSI system design has evolved from the lecture notes and the additional material used by Prof. Daniel Mlynek and Prof. Yusuf Leblebici in their senior-year course offerings at the Swiss Federal Intitute of Technology – Lausanne…

VLSI System Design WebCourse Design of VLSI Systems

Unified view of technological, architectural and design-related aspects of VLSI systems… See VLSI design flow


Current information on Embedded Systems for uC and ASIC Designers. Inside DSP – signal processing monthly. BDTI’s Pocket Guide – guide to processing engines for embedded applications covers DSP processors, CPUs, microcontrollers, and FPGAs. DSP Dictionary too.

Berkeley Design Technology, Inc. — Free Information


DSP Basics course online course which is free. Developed in 1998 it is light-weight but a valuable start for people new to DSP or in need of a refresher

Johns Hopkins University Signals Systems Control

The Scientist and Engineer’s Guide to Digital Signal Processing By Steven W. Smith, Ph.D. – Free DSP Book

Tutorials in Communications Engineering

The Java- Digital Signal Processing (J-DSP) editor is an Internet based signal processing laboratory that provides hands-on learning experiences in distributed learning environments

This site provides the current version of the book Introduction to Statistical Signal Processing by R.M. Gray and L.D. Davisson

DSPRelated.com since 1999, popular independent internet resource for Digital Signal Processing (DSP) engineers.

Prosig Noise & Vibration Measurement Blog

This tutorial with Java Applets is good to start with for DSP learning. DSP is a part of Embedded Processing. Also where Real Time Analog Meets Digital. Not that you will need DSP for everything. Simple equations can be implemented without DSP, but is an entry into the DSP world.

When complex waveforms in Audio / Video needs to be synthesized / manipulated. RF Communication related calculations too. More power and focus on math and speed makes dedicated DSP devices / software / specialization inevitable.

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