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Realtime Digital Signal Processing using Raspberry Pi

Bachelor Project
Announcement date
28 Feb 2017
Research Areas

Emerging hardware solutions based on ARM Controllers are capable to perform efficient vector computations. Their comparable low price enables to compete with elaborated digital signal processing (DSP) boards. In this Bachelor thesis we aim at investigating the potential performance of the Raspberry Pi platform in comparison with the TI MSP430 series.

The following key questions should be clarified:
Theoretic comparison of conventional DSP architecture and ARM controllers (SIMD capabilities)
Implementation of real-time signal processing framework using block processing (e.g. with portaudio)
Comparison of real-time (delay) and achieved processing power

Basic skills in programming are beneficial but not required. If you are interested please contact me by email: