Cool DSP Visualizations

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We often get asked how the DSP works inside our radios.  While that is a pretty deep subject that we would have trouble cramming into a thread on the community, sometimes we run across a way of looking at things that really helps solidify a picture in your head of how things work in DSP-land.

With that in mind, I'd like to share a site that my fellow software engineer Ed Gonzalez KG5FBT discovered recently.  Enjoy!
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Eric - KE5DTO, Official Rep

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Tim - W4TME, Customer Experience Manager

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Jay / NO5J

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Thanks for that link. The fog is beginning to clear, a little. I can actually follow the explanation quite well without any mental anguish. I may even understand something new.

If you find more gems like this please share them.
I like learning.

Then I noticed the rest of that website not only uses the same explanatory approach used for that article throughout but also provides links to other more serious sources.

Lots of topics to explore. with plenty of hint's about where to look next.

Study time!

73, Jay - NO5J
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W5XZ - dan

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thanks, Eric !
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Mark Erbaugh

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I just started with it, but it is a great tutorial. I've been hoping for something like this for a long time.
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Robert -- N5IKD, Elmer

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This would have been fantastic when I was in college in the '80's.