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Understanding Digital Signal Processing by Richard G. Lyons
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Nov 16, 2009

it was amazing

Lots of books are titled, "Understanding..." but this one actually works. I have read what I needed from chapters 1-5, 8 and the layout and explanations are exceptional to the point where a nincompoop like me can understand what is going on.

Anybody interested in DFTs, complex numbers, the imaginary plane, and quadrature need no longer wonder what the hell is going on. This book explained imaginary numbers and phasors better than any of the math books I currently own.

A great text book and interesting for engineers and math nerds.

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