Digital Signal Processing

Digital Biomedical Signal Processing

Digital Signal Processing (DSP) is an engineering discipline that enjoys many applications, including medicine. Biological signals are data registers that convey information about a biological process in a given period of time (i.e. a heartbeat).  The interpretation of these signals is of significant value for diagnosticians, clinicians and researchers.  DSP has been the basis on which many artificial intelligence and health-oriented technologies have found a way to establish a leading role in biomedical engineering’s evolution. Continue reading “Digital Biomedical Signal Processing”

10 Things You Can Do with DSP

Digital Signal Processing is used in a large variety of applications from consumer electronics to medical devices, automotive and military equipment.   What all DSP applications have in common is that they operate on real-world “analog” signals that have been digitized into streams of numbers, then processed in their digital form by algorithms, and later possibly converted back into transformed analog signals.

This article lists some of the most popular applications of Digital Signal Processing.

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