DSP Applications Using C and the TMS320C6x DSK
Digital signal processors, such as the TMS320 family of processors, are used in a
wide range of applications, such as in communications, controls, speech processing,
and so on. They are used in fax transmission, modems, cellular phones, and other
devices. These devices have also found...
PIC Basic Projects: 30 Projects using PIC BASIC and PIC BASIC PRO Microcontrollers are single-chip computers consisting of CPU (central processing unit), data and program memory, serial and parallel I/O (input/output), timers, external and internal interrupts, all integrated into a single chip that can be purchased for as little as $2.00. Microcontrollers are intelligent electronic devices used to control and... PCs: The Missing Manual
Your vacuum comes with one. Even your blender comes with one. But your PC--something that costs a whole lot more and is likely to be used daily and for tasks of far greater importance and complexity--doesn't come with a printed manual. Thankfully, that's not a problem any longer: PCs: The Missing...
Deploying Cisco Voice over IP Solutions If you've got a wide area network (WAN) already, putting interoffice voice traffic on it is an obvious application for it. Voice signals take up so little bandwidth, and the cost savings can be so significant, that Voice over IP (VoIP) deserves serious consideration. However, you can easily throw away years of cost savings by bringing in... Windows XP For Dummies, 2nd Edition Covers the latest Windows XP updates including Service Pack 2
Fully revised to quickly answer your XP questions
You asked for more coverage of Outlook Express, scanning and faxing, CD burning, and more in Windows XP For Dummies — and we delivered! This updated edition is packed with answers to your Windows XP questions, from...
World Class IT: Why Businesses Succeed When IT Triumphs
Prior to the 1970s, computer and electronics-based technology
was hardly a pervasive part of our everyday lives. Automobiles
were not yet computerized, fax machines were just taking off, and,
significantly, the personal computer had yet to be popularized.
Individuals who dreamed of a career in information technology
How Electronic Things Work... And What to do When They Don't
Electronic equipment 'on the blink'? Don't junk it or pay sky-high repair costs - fix it yourself! Here's a guide to understanding and repairing electronics equipment written for people who would ordinarily 'call the shop'. With this fully illustrated, simple-to-use guide, you will get a grasp of the workings of the...
Word 2007: The Missing Manual Microsoft Word has grown considerably in power, sophistication and capability over the past decade, but one thing that hasn't changed since the early '90s is its user interface. The simple toolbar in version 2.0 has been packed with so many features since then that few users know where to find them all. Consequently, more and more people are... Patterns for Computer-Mediated Interaction (Wiley Software Patterns Series) The Internet has changed the way we interact and communicate. Two to three decades ago the only way to stay in touch with people was to see them in person, write letters, or use a fixed network phone. At work, we had video conferencing and fax, but that was basically it. The Internet was available, but only few of us actually had an e-mail...
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