James K. Dahl & Michael T. Reed
Advisor: Dr. T. L. Stewart
Adaptive equalization is a process which works to counteract the adverse
effects of a communication channel such as a phone line. The output of
such a channel will be distorted and the function of the equalizer is to
make the output look like the input. We used three separate approaches
for equalization and each worked with a greater degree of accuracy. Besides
computer simulations, the TMS32010 DSP board was utilized to make actual
measurements of frequency responses and output waveforms.
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