San Francisco, CA--January 28, 1997--The DSP World Spring Design Conference, running March 25-27, 1997 at the Washington Convention Center in Washington D.C., provides the comprehensive technical training needed for working engineers to expand their skills in the field of digital signal processing.
The DSP World Spring Design Conference features more than 50 classes and tutorials that address the full range of DSP applications, for engineers at all experience levels. Classes include such topics as speech and audio coding algorithms, embedded communication objects, and real-time operating systems.
The conference begins on March 25 with three, all-day tutorials. Tutorials include an introductory level class titled, "Navigating TMS320 Development," and intermediate level classes on "DSP and Communications Design Using MATLAB" and "Designing with DSPs." On March 26-27, an in-depth series of one-hour classes will be presented by 40 industry professionals, including working designers, researchers, and authors.
The DSP World Spring Conference is co-located with the Communications Design Engineering Conference. Attendees can leverage their travel investment and attend classes and events at both conferences for no additional cost. An exhibition of products and services for both communication systems design and DSP design runs from noon on March 26 through the end of the conference, which closes with a keynote address and reception on the show floor in the evening.
San Francisco, CA
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