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Discussion in 'Misc Electronics' started by Arafat, Jan 29, 2009.

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  1. Arafat

    Arafat Guest

    Hello,
    I am an engineering student and want to run a home project by
    myself on DSP. Lets say some audio based work for myself. But I am in
    a vast ocean to make a decission on which I shall work on. Can anyone
    give me an idea to do forth? Wishing you all happy times.
     
  2. 1PW

    1PW Guest

    I believe we can never have too much work in the area of signal
    extraction from areas of high intrinsic noise levels.
     
  3. Charles

    Charles Guest

    That's true, but perhaps a bit much for an undergraduate student.

    Audio is a nice experimental realm as the current DSPs can sample fast
    enough there. How about a graphic equalizer? Or, less ambitious, how about
    a DSP based sub-woofer? Really ambitious ... how about a DSP that simulates
    surround sound from two channels?

    Have fun and learn!
     
  4. 1PW

    1PW Guest

    Ok Charles. Have it your way. Hurry up Arafat - your deadline is COB
    this Friday. Next week my idea, OK? :)

    Of course you're right Charles. However, some of today's up and comers
    are simply brilliant. The future is completely open to you Arafat!

    Good luck to you!

    Pete
     
  5. Arafat

    Arafat Guest

    Thank you for your replies. Sure, graphics equalizer looks like the
    right thing to try, I can practize FFT/IFFT with it. What DSP family
    (board) to use ?
     
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