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The effects of DSP has entered every phase of our lives, from singing greeting cards to CD players and cell phones to medical x-ray analysis. Without DSP, there would be no Internet. In recent years, every aspect of engineering and science has been influenced by DSP because of the ubiquitous desktop computer and readily available signal processing software. This book provides engineers and scientists, who are relative beginners to DSP, their best opportunity to learn the basic mathematical and practical-engineering aspects of the burgeoning field of DSP. The book strikes the right balance of mathematical level, and practical engineering guidance, making it accessible to the beginner without dumbing down the topic of DSP. This edition of Understanding Digital Signal Processing will continue bridging the gap between DSP theory and practice. The presentation of additional quadrature processing material makes the book more relevant, and useful, to DSP practitioners in the burgeoning fields of digital communications and wireless networking systems. The new digital filtering material covers modern filter design techniques not covered in our competitor's books.

Finally, the popular 'Digital Signal Processing Tricks' material will be expanded to further aid working DSP engineers solve their day-to-day signal processing problems as they design and build commercial products and aerospace systems.


Amazon.com's top-selling DSP book for 5 straight years-now fully updated!

Real-world DSP solutions for working professionals!

Understanding Digital Signal Processing, Second Edition is quite simply the best way for engineers, and other technical professionals, to master and apply DSP techniques. Lyons has updated and expanded his best-selling first edition-building on the exceptionally readable coverage that made it the favorite of professionals worldwide.

This book achieves the perfect balance between theory and practice, making DSP accessible to beginners without ever oversimplifying it. Comprehensive in scope and gentle in approach, keeping the math at a tolerable level, this book helps readers thoroughly grasp the basics and quickly move on to more sophisticated techniques.

This edition adds extensive new coverage of quadrature signals for digital communications; recent improvements in digital filtering; and much more. It also contains more than twice as many "DSP Tips and Tricks"… including clever techniques even seasoned professionals may have overlooked.

  • Down-to-earth, intuitive, and example-rich, with detailed numerical exercises
  • Stresses practical, day-to-day DSP implementations and problem-solving
  • All-new quadrature processing coverage includes easy-to-understand 3D drawings
  • Extended coverage of IIR filters; plus frequency sampling, interpolated FIR filters
  • New coverage of multirate systems; including both polyphase and cascaded integrator-comb FIR filters
  • Coverage includes: periodic sampling, DFT, FFT, digital filters, discrete Hilbert transforms, sample rate conversion, quantization, signal averaging, and more

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5.0 von 5 Sternen This book is well written, its informative and interesting. 2. Mai 2009
Von Richard N - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
I had seen the book "Understanding Digital Signal Processing" by Richard G. Lyons advertised on the internet. I have also seen and read several technical articles authored by Lyons scattered around the internet. I was interested in the book but I didn't want to purchase it before I could thumb through it and get an idea of the quality of its content. I paid a visit to the well stocked library at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University and found it sitting on the shelf in the signal processing section. I checked the book out and had three weeks to read and evaluate it. I was not able to read the entire book in the three week period but I read enough in about two weeks to determine that it was a well written book so I ordered a copy from Amazon.

Lyons states in the book's introduction "I've attempted to avoid the traditional instructor-student relationship, but rather make reading this book like talking to a friend while walking in the park". I believe Lyons has achieved his goals in this respect.

In my grad and under grad days, in order to gain some understanding of the subject at hand, I spent many an hour reading and then re-reading course assigned engineering texts in an effort to fill in the many technical blanks left by the authors. A large majority of these texts took a stuffed shirt approach in what seemed to be a pompous attempt by the author to demonstrate his intelligence. They rarely connected all the technical dots. Now that I think about it, a bunch of the dots were missing too!

Attitudes like this seem to changing with modern day authors like Lyons. He makes a noticeable effort to keep the material informative and interesting. I really appreciate the fact that Lyons takes his time and thoroughly explains each subject. He uses a lot of text to walk the reader through each topic.

In his presentation he fills in the critical blanks and eliminates a great deal of the classical stumbling blocks that usually led to student head scratching, wall pounding , and dog kicking, which was a common reaction to the older generation texts.

This is definitely a good book for engineering students who have just begun their journey into the world of Digital Signal Processing. This is definitely a good book for practicing engineers who feel the need to clear up some of the gray areas in their DSP knowledge.

The title of the book "Understanding Digital Signal Processing" pretty much lets the buyer know right from the start that the content of the book is targeted at engineers with a beginning to intermediate knowledge of DSP. This book is probably not suited for the engineering guru's with 20 or 30 years experience in the field of DSP. However, I bet there is some information contained in Lyons work that will clear a few of the technical cobwebs from even these people's heads.

Lyons starts off with a few chapters on the Discrete and Fast Fourier Transform, and finite impulse response and infinite impulse response filters just like most DSP texts. Then he departs from the normal course DSP texts seem to pursue and he takes a step towards real world DSP applications with chapters on quadrature signals, the discrete Hilbert transform, sample rate conversion and signal averaging. He spends a chapter on data formats and their corresponding attributes, which sounds dull until the day you find yourself tasked to design a digital processor that performs high speed digital computations. He then spends more than 100 pages on tips and tricks that are useful in many common signal processing applications.

I received my copy of Lyons book from Amazon last week and am in the process of reading the remainder of the book. When I am done this book will occupy a prime space in my office book case, right at eye level, for an easy grab when needed.

After having read much of the book, would I spend the money to purchase it again if necessary? The answer is a definite yes. This is money well spent.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen 6th Printing Looks Fine 22. November 2005
Von Richard Lyons - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
This is Richard Lyons (author). I read the Nov. 11 review by C. Brenner (Germany) and it seems he has some sort of "misprinted" copy of the book. I have seen dozens of copies of the 6th Printing and they were all printed correctly. (The book is part of the handout materials for my 3-day DSP class for Besser Associates.) Mr. Brenner should return his book to the seller and request another copy.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Best book on DSP ever. 11. Oktober 2005
Von Nancy johns Mohlere - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I am an engineer who has read many books, good and bad, obfuscating and illuminating, and concise and lengthy. This is the best by far on the complex (double entendre intentional) subject of DSP. His appendices alone are worth the price of the book. I wish every course on DSP used this text.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Revelatory 9. Juni 2005
Von composer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This book allowed a middle aged musician whose last math course is a distant memory to implement custom FFT routines and IIR filters for musical applications. Lyons combines crystal clear writing with an uncanny ability to anticipate where extra explanation is needed. His frequent "Let's pause a moment to see where we are going..." interjections are perfectly timed moments to relax and regroup before plunging ahead. Highly recommended!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen THE book to use to learn, to understand, DSP 27. August 2007
Von EE Codewright - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Thank you, thank you, thank you, to Richard Lyons for "Understanding
Digital Signal Processing", both editions. I had the great pleasure to
use and learn from the 1st edition about 5 years ago. At that time, I
had the overwhelming urge to convey my appreciation for the wonderful
work. Now that the 2nd edition is out, there is even more reason to
express how much I enjoyed and still enjoy those works.

In particular, the topics are spot on (eg, I needed to learn about CIC
Decimation filters), but most importantly, the exposition is so very
clear and so easy to understand: each step in the progression is made
obvious -- no "and then the magic happens" or "left as an exercise to
the reader" for the important stuff.

The result is an EXCELLENT EXPOSITION. The care and the craft of
carefully showing the intermediate steps makes it real and concrete.
And it is done with a beautiful balance of intuition, observation,
analysis, and math. Why sling equations around when a simple graph
makes things clear? The equations are there, but the pictures are the
teaching tools. Other books discuss the topics. Richard Lyons's books
illuminate the topics.

I'm pleased to be able to purchase these books, and happy that Richard
is being rewarded (getting royalties, for he is DSP royalty) for his
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