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VC++ (DSP)Digital Signal Processing Library SignalLab VC++ 5.0.3 The SignalLab is a set of Visual C++ components for fast Digital Signal Processing (DSP) and data visualization. Allows fast complex signal manipulations with zero lines of program code. SignalLab consists of SiganlPlayer, SignalLogger, Signal Generator for Sine, Triangle, Square, DC and Jaehne signals, Noise generators, Scope, Waterfall, LowPass, HiPass, BandPass, BandStop filters, FIR,IIR,FFT,DFT, and more. Free for non-commercial use.

Excellent tool for audio signal processing The is an Excellent tool for audio signal processing. Its help file is very good and explanatory very useful for beginners.





Interactive Digital Signal Processing (DSP) DSP Assistant 3.0 Interactive Digital Signal Processing (DSP) tutor. The program includes 11 subjects in digital signal processing, e.g. discrete system properties, Fourier and z transform, Digital FIR and IIR filter design, FFT, and sampling theory. It comes with different styles of tutorials. You will find this app very fun and learn something new also. When you buy this app, you will get the free future update. The app is currently used in the college




.NET Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Library SignalLab .NET 5.0.3 The SignalLab is a set of .NET 2.0-4.0 components for fast Digital Signal Processing (DSP) and data visualization. Allows fast complex signal manipulations with zero lines of program code. SignalLab consists of SignalPlayer, SignalLogger, Signal Generator for Sine, Triangle, Square, DC and Jaehne signals, Noise generators, Scope, Waterfall, LowPass, HiPass, BandPass, BandStop filters, FIR,IIR,FFT,DFT, and more. Free for non-commercial use.

SignalLab looks very impressive. Unfortunately I had a few problems that made me decide to go a different path. First the help files didn\'t install and there are no detailed documentation describing the functions. That makes it impossible to use. Secondly the display components didn\'t do what I wanted. I want a strip chart style display with horizontal pan. The scope was very close, but all I could do was pan vertically. Not the functionality I wanted. Maybe it is capable of doing this, but without documentation I was hunting for features I couldn\'t find.

Look Forward to Testing Audio FFT with V 4.0 I had trouble connecting snapshot object with fft in version 3.1I have downloaded version 4.0 Beta, and look forward to reattempt.



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