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Get a copy of "The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing" for bookshelf #136

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goatchurchprime opened this Issue Apr 12, 2015 · 1 comment

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goatchurchprime commented Apr 12, 2015

The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing
By Steven W. Smith, Ph.D.

Free downloads in PDF at http://www.dspguide.com/

I've been very impressed with what I've used so far from it. All the boring maths stripped out to just give the tools what work.

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I've read 100 pages of it straight off my phone. I've got to get this one for everyone to read.

£64 from local bookshop special order
http://newsfromnowhere.tbpcontrol.co.uk/tbp.direct/purchaseproduct/orderproduct/customerselectproduct/ReviewBasket.aspx?d=newsfromnowhere&s=C&r=10000022&ui=0&bc=0

£52 if for a used one at Amazon that would come in June from brit-books-usa

I'm considering the former option

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goatchurchprime commented Apr 13, 2015

I've read 100 pages of it straight off my phone. I've got to get this one for everyone to read.

£64 from local bookshop special order
http://newsfromnowhere.tbpcontrol.co.uk/tbp.direct/purchaseproduct/orderproduct/customerselectproduct/ReviewBasket.aspx?d=newsfromnowhere&s=C&r=10000022&ui=0&bc=0

£52 if for a used one at Amazon that would come in June from brit-books-usa

I'm considering the former option

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