An Undergraduate Fixed Point Dsp Course

@inproceedings{Padgett2002AnUF,
  title={An Undergraduate Fixed Point Dsp Course},
  author={Wayne T. Padgett},
  year={2002}
}
A course is proposed to cover fixed point, quantization and overflow issues in DSP programming for undergraduates. The course covers the material using a simulation approach in a case study of a SSB communication system. The course is needed in the curriculum because most new graduates in DSP jobs need these skills immediately to be productive on the more common fixed point processors. 

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