[music-dsp] DSP "primer" with Hilbert transforms
aclark at danvillesignal.com
Fri Jul 27 22:42:27 EDT 2001
At 10:37 AM 7/27/01 -0400, Judith Brown wrote:
>Speaking of DSP Math Primers, suppose math isn't your problem, but you
>still have trouble with Oppenheim and Schaeffer's treatment of Hilbert
>transforms. Anybody know of a DSP book with a little lower level
>intro before jumping in full force?
Judy, A very good introductory DSP book is Understanding Digital Signal
Processing by Richard G. Lyons. We have an extensive DSP book collection
and IMHO this may be the best primer.
Rick's book is often available locally in Borders or Barnes & Noble stores.
One of my favorite books, which may seem a bit out of place with respect to
music-dsp, but probably valuable to many of the people on this list is
Digital Signal Processing in Communication Systems by Marvin E Frerking. He
dedicates a chapter to frequency translation, hilbert transforms, etc
(Chapter 4, Processing Complex Signals).
Danville Signal Processing, Inc.
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