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Implementing a Spectrum Analyzer with the 2920 Analog Signal Processor on a Chip
|Title:||Implementing a Spectrum Analyzer with the 2920 Analog Signal Processor on a Chip|
|Issue Date:||15 Jan 2014|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||A spectrum analyzer system that implement Intel Corporationa's 2920 Analog Signal Processor chip will be described. The 2920 is used as a spectrum calculator, where we define a spectrum calculator as a device that generated frequency spectrum data. This data is displayed via a microcomputer system, which houses the 2920. The frequency spectrum is plotted on either the microcomputer's terminal screen or on paper through a printer.|
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