To give the student knowledge and comprehension of the principles and techniques that are
special for construction a use of digital audio systems.
A/D-D/A-techniques in high quality digital audio, including oversampling, noise
shaping, dither and clock jitter.
Digital audio signal processing and its demand for processor-power and word length,
techniques to achieve high S/N-ratio, dynamic range and high bandwidth in real time
signal processing. Implementing in single and multiprocessor DSP systems.
Digital recording and transmission systems, including coding and error correction, and
digital storage equipment such as: R-DAT, S-DAT, ADAT, optical and magnetic disk
Digital audio interfaces and standards including:
Fundamental knowledge in digital signal processing theory and implementation. Analogue
electronics and circuit theory.
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