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Turbo-Boost MATLAB-Simulink with a RocketDrive!

Clive Maxfield
1/26/2011 04:57 PM EST

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dorecchio   1/26/2011 5:44:13 PM
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Thank you for posting this summary of our solution with MathWorks Max. Interested parties can see the demonstration on line at the following URL: http://www.gaterocket.com/applications/dsp-design/

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Max The Magnificent   1/26/2011 5:13:11 PM
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I think this is one of those ideas that seem obvious in hindsight, but it's not something I would have thought of myself, so all credit to the folks who came up with this!

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