Date

6-2017

Degree Name

BS in Electrical Engineering

Department

Electrical Engineering Department

Advisor

Wayne Pilkington

Abstract

This senior project provides a platform for high-speed, general-purpose digital filter implementation. EE 459 currently implements digital filters using reprogrammable digital signal processor boards. These aging digital signal processors serially calculate each difference equation term. Operating at 1 Mega-sample per second, the new general-purpose platform simultaneously processes at least ten digital filtering difference equation coefficients. The platform also features an audio jack input and BNC connectors for viewing input and output signals. The filter digitizes single channel audio signals at 44.1 kHz sampling rate with 16-bit precision or 1 MHz sampling at 8-bit precision. The new reprogrammable platform includes a data acquisition computer interface. This general-purpose digital filter supports a more modern approach to DSP development than the current platform.

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