Adaptive Filtering and Linear Algebra DSP
Recent advances in the computational capabilities of DSP hardware have allowed complex DSP techniques such as equalisation, smart antennas, noise cancellation and MIMO systems to be implemented cost effectively. Adaptive signal processing lies at the core of these DSP techniques. The aim of this course is to educate participants in the theory and applications of digital adaptive filtering algorithms and architectures. The course considers the use of established linear algebra techniques for applications in audio, wireless and mobile communications such as fast equalisation, noise cancellation, beamforming and MIMO systems. A comprehensive description of adaptive filtering algorithms, architectures and applications is provided. This is complemented with case studies in the areas of audio and digital communication.
- Linear algebra review
- Matrix inversion methods
- Adaptive filtering architectures
- LMS, RLS, APA and QR algorithms
- Adaptive DSP applications
- Adaptive filter implementation issues
- Audio and digital communication case studies
The course is suitable for all engineering, technical marketing and technical management staff with previous knowledge of basic DSP concepts.
The aim of this course is to educate participants in the theory and applications of digital adaptive filtering algorithms and architectures. The course considers the use of established linear algebra techniques for applications in audio, wireless and mobile communications such as fast equalisation, noise cancellation, beamforming and MIMO systems. A comprehensive description of adaptive filtering algorithms, architectures and applications is provided. This is complemented with case studies in the areas of audio and digital communication.
On successful completion of the course, attendees will be able to:
- Understand basic linear algebra concepts
- Be aware of the most common matrix inversion methods available
- Apply linear algebra techniques to adaptive filtering
- Understand existing adaptive filtering architectures
- Gain a good understanding of applications suitable for adaptive filtering
- Understand the difference between Least Mean Squares (LMS) and Least Squares (LS) algorithms
- Define adaptive algorithm parameters for different applications
- Understand implementation limitations and advantages of common adaptive algorithms
The course format is: 60% Lectures | 30% Hands-on Labs (simulation based) | 10% Demonstrations
Laboratory Sessions: Professional DSP design software will be used for the laboratory sessions. This advanced software provides a comprehensive and state of the art DSP toolbox for modern signal processing. Steepest Ascent’s adaptive filtering and equalisation simulation libraries will also be used.
Course Materials: All attendees will receive electronic and printed versions of the teaching materials. A DVD containing all the simulation models used during the course will also be distributed. The notes provided form a superset of the materials presented on the course and will allow further in depth study after the course.
Prior knowledge of DSP fundamentals (sampling, quantisation, frequency domain analysis, filtering) and bachelor level mathematics is advisable.
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Instructor: Prof. Bob Stewart and team
Professor Bob Stewart and his team of experienced design engineers from Steepest Ascent of have successfully presented in Europe, United States and Asia. Prof Bob Stewart has extensive experience presenting industry DSP courses in the USA and Europe. He is currently a faculty member of the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde. Prior to joining the University of Strathclyde, Prof Stewart was a visiting professor in Dept of Electrical Engineering at the University of Minnesota in 1990, and a visiting scholar at the University of Southern California in 1986/7. Since 1997 he has been a parttime visiting professor at UCLA.
- 1.850,00 € regular fee
- 1.670,00 € early registration
- 1.570,00 € per participant of two from the same company
- 1.480,00 € per participant of three or more from the same company
- 1.020,00 € University Rate (Please enclose evidence.)
All prices exclude German VAT
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