The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing by Steven W. Smith (California Technical Publishing) covers the universe of DSP theory and application. Topics include digital filters, spectral analysis and data compression. Visitors to this site can download individual chapters or the entire book free.
DSPedia is a multimedia CD-ROM designed for the education of engineers, scientists, programmers, and so on in the theory, practice and application of DSP. DSPedia features software and signal sources for practical laboratory sessions, allowing participants to simulate and implement DSP systems such as acoustic echo cancelers, psychoacoustic compression strategies or advanced QAM-based communication receivers.
The first annual DSP Exposition and Conference (DSPEC), scheduled for Aug. 28 in Dallas, is a one-day event that will explore the major hurdles and new developments in signal processing. DSPEC combines a full technical conference with hands-on exhibitions.