Slow summer days are a great time to catch up on reading. Here are some web sites that provide fun and educational reading on DSP.
For starters, I've come across a number of interesting DSP blogs:
- Torben Sonderskov has a fun blog on audio and broadcast technology that touches on many DSP topics.
- David Rowe has a fascinating blog on open-source telephony that features a surprising amount of technical detail. If you're interested in telephony, this is definitely worth checking out.
- And of course I can't talk about blogs without mentioning TI's blogs. These blogs are just as corporate-flavored as you would expect, but they are worth checking out. I particularly enjoying reading the entries written by Gene Frantz, who always has interesting things to say about the future of DSP.
For analysis of new chips, check out The Linley Group newsletter. The Microprocessor Report is also quite useful, but you have to pay to view most of its contents.
If you want to stay abreast of DSP market trends, you should check out the Forward Concepts newsletter.
Finally, TechOnline is a great resource for white papers and online training. For example, CEVA has a course on high-definition audio scheduled for this Wednesday at 1 PM Eastern.
If this isn't enough reading to keep you busy, check out my Tech Library for more online resources.