The new digital signal processing (DSP) Primer tutorial course will enable experienced system architects and hardware design engineers to refresh their knowledge in DSP design theory
Hardent Electronic Design Services, an expert in FGPA and DSP design, is proud to announce the availability of a new digital signal processing (DSP) training tutorial course. This DSP Primer tutorial course will serve as a DSP design knowledge refresher for engineers, system designers, and technology architects by focusing on application and theory.
“With the rapid advance in electronics technology, we see more and more silicon manufacturers looking to revive DSP theoretical principles with their engineers,” said Reg Zatrepalek, DSP Evangelist for Hardent. “Many engineers now feel the need to update their knowledge of basic DSP design concepts.” Digital signal processing has risen to prominence in the electronics industry, through its applications in military systems, medical imaging applications, and popular consumer electronics including 4G LTE telecommunications and HDTV technology.
Hardent’s unique three-day DSP training tutorial course will focus on application, rather on the specific hardware implementation, by introducing basic terminology and concepts, exploring filtering models, transforms, and convolutions, and weighing the advantages and disadvantages of different hardware implementation strategies. As with every Hardent digital signal processing tutorial, its DSP Primer course focuses on practical, hands-on exercises, to ensure that design engineers get the most out of Hardent’s experienced electronics design experts. Xilinx customers may be able to use their training credits to sign for this new course, subject for Xilinx pre-approval. Please visit the Hardent website for more details on the new digital signal processing training course.
Hardent is a highly experienced training house and the exclusive Xilinx Authorized Training Provider for Canada, New England and Southeastern United States. Besides its digital signal processing (DSP) training courses, Hardent also offers FPGA courses, SystemVerilog programming training, embedded software course training, and a range of other courses targeted to HDL design experts. Consult the Hardent website for more on the Hardent training schedule.
Hardent also provides Electronic Design Services, serving as an extension of companies’ electronic design and engineering departments to achieve faster time-to-market and high electronic innovation. With unique capabilities to rapidly understand companies’ requirements, Hardent’s problem-solving skills and cutting-edge design expertise produce creative electronic solutions. The company offers transparent communication, high project visibility and never-ending support. For further information about electronic design services, consult the Hardent website.