Digital Signal Processing (DSP) is a complex subject. dspGuru’s purpose is to promote resource-sharing among DSP designers. As a center for DSP information exchange, dspGuru has several goals:
* To provide “how to” information about DSP. We provide not only tutorials for beginners, but tips and insights of interest to intermediate and advanced DSPers.
* To provide online reference information. Tired of sorting through a stack of books? Find the answers on dspGuru.
* To provide a comprehensive, well-organized, and up-to-date set of DSP links to help you quickly locate DSP resources on the ‘net.
* To coordinate the development of “open source” software for use in Digital Signal Processing. This is our OpenDSP (sm) intiative.
* OpenDSP – Tired of re-inventing the wheel? Here’s an idea whose time has come: Open-source software for Digital Signal Processing!
* Books – Sure, lots of DSP books are available, but which ones should you spend your precious time and money on?
* FAQs – At last, Frequently Asked Questions meet up with Rarely Given Answers.
* Tricks – Algorithmic and design tricks that make your life in DSP a little easier.
* How To – Here we divulge the secret “Tribal Knowledge” of DSP–stuff that experienced DSP’ers know, but isn’t in the textbooks. (Don’t tell anybody!)
* comp.dsp – This is our “unofficial comp.dsp home page”, which provides a web presence for Usenet’s comp.dsp newsgroup.