Design of a Remote Signal Processing Student Lab
Corbi, Alberto (UNIR)
Burgos, Daniel (UNIR)
Tipo de Ítem:Articulo Revista Indexada
We describe our experience of introducing digital signal processing (DSP) concepts via a software-defined radio project using a very inexpensive TV USB capture dongle. Through a series of weekly lab exercises, the students learned and applied DSP concepts to design a completely digital FM receiver. The proposed lab experience introduced concepts, such as sampling, IQ signal representation, sample rate conversion, filter design, filter delays, and more, all with an attractive learn-by-doing approach. The first offering of this course initially took place in Fall 2014 and has been successfully offered and repeated with growing success ever since. Our experience can serve as a proof of concept of the possibility of carrying out, in a massive open online course-like fashion, certain engineering labs that require inexpensive and readily available hardware components.
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