History, applications, and subsequent development of the FXLMS Algorithm [DSP History]

  title={History, applications, and subsequent development of the FXLMS Algorithm [DSP History]},
  author={Dennis R. Morgan},
  journal={IEEE Signal Processing Magazine},
The guest in this column is Dr. Dennis R. Morgan. Destined to have a stellar engineering career, Dr. Morgan started experimenting in the family basement workshop with all sorts of electrical experiments only a few years after he had learned to read. In sixth grade, he read books about radio and electronics and used that knowledge to repair a radio, the first of many. He pursued his electronic calling, converting the family workshop into an electronics laboratory, where he continued all sorts of… CONTINUE READING

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