SPC Toolbox: An Interactive MATLAB Package for Signal Modeling and Analysis and Communications
Brown, Dennis W.
Fargues, Monique P.
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This report presents the Signal Processing and Communications (SPC) software package. SPC is an interactive package designed to provide the user with a series of data manipulation tools which use MATLAB version 4 graphical interface controls. SPC includes various filtering techniques, AutoRegressive (AR) and linear Moving Average AutoRegressive (ARMA) modeling methods, speech processing and communication functions. SPC can be used in the classroom to illustrate and to reinforce basic concepts in signal processing and communications. It allows the user to concentrate on the principles presented in class instead of the details related to software usage. It can also be used as a basic analysis and modeling tool for research in signal processing. SPC was designed for Electrical Engineering applications. As a result, it is well suited to reinforce basic concepts presented in the following courses offered at the Naval Postgraduate School: EC 4410: Speech Processing, EC 4420: Modern Spectral Estimation, EC 3420: Statistical Digital Signal Processing, EC 3400: Digital Signal Processing, EC 2500: Communication Theory. We hope that users will find this package useful, and we welcome any comments and suggestions regarding this software at browndw ece.nps.navy.mil (until 6/94), or fargues ece.nps.navy.mil.
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NPS Report NumberNPS-EC-93-017
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