Here is the listing of Best reference books on DSP Architecture.
|1. “Digital Signal Processing” by Avtar Singh and S. Srinivasan
Book Review: This book bridges the gap between the theory and design of digital signal processing and is very useful for graduate and undergraduate courses. This book helps the students understand the architecture, programming; interfacing of commercially available programmable DSP devices thereby using them effectively for system implementations.The book demonstrates family of DSP devices like TMS320C54xx from Texas instruments. The book helps the students understand both hardware and software for designing with programmable DSP devices.
|2. “Digital Signal Processing” by Emmanuel C Ifeachor and B W Jervis
Book Review: This book covers the fundamentals, implementation and applications of digital signal processing techniques from a practical point of view. This book also covers most aspects of DSP that are found in undergraduate electrical, electronics and communication engineering. The book also covers many DSP techniques that deal with adaptive filtering and multirate processing. All throughout the book stresses on the practical aspects of DSP.
|3. “Digital Signal Processors” by B Venkataramani and M Bhaskar
Book Review: This book provides a detailed understanding of the architecture and programming of digital signal processors. The book explains the concepts of digital signal processing with its applications on systems using digital signal processors. The book provides an enhanced coverage of TMS320C6X series of processors and FPGA based system design emerging trends of digital signal processors.
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