Contents

Preface to the Second Edition

Preface to the First Edition

1 Introduction

1.1 Studio Technology

1.2 Digital Transmission Systems

1.3 Storage Media

1.4 Audio Components at Home

References

2 Quantization

2.1 Signal Quantization

2.1.1 Classical Quantization Model

2.1.2 Quantization Theorem

2.1.3 Statistics of Quantization Error

2.2 Dither

2.2.1 Basics

2.2.2 Implementation

2.2.3 Examples

2.3 Spectrum Shaping of Quantization–Noise Shaping

2.4 Number Representation

2.4.1 Fixed-point Number Representation

2.4.2 Floating-point Number Representation

2.4.3 Effects on Format Conversion and Algorithms

2.5 Java Applet–Quantization, Dither, and Noise Shaping

2.6 Exercises

References

3 AD/DA Conversion

3.1 Methods

3.1.1 Nyquist Sampling

3.1.2 Oversampling

3.1.3 Delta-sigma Modulation

3.2 AD Converters

3.2.1 Specifications

3.2.2 Parallel Converter

3.2.3 Successive Approximation

3.2.4 Counter Methods

3.2.5 Delta-sigma AD Converter

3.3 DA Converters

3.3.1 Specifications

3.3.2 Switched Voltage and Current Sources

3.3.3 Weighted Resistors and Capacitors

3.3.4 R-2R Resistor Networks

3.3.5 Delta-sigma DA Converter

3.4 Java Applet–Oversampling and Quantization

3.5 Exercises

References

4 Audio Processing Systems

4.1 Digital Signal Processors

4.1.1 Fixed-point DSPs

4.1.2 Floating-point DSPs

4.2 Digital Audio Interfaces

4.2.1 Two-channel AES/EBU Interface

4.2.2 MADI Interface

4.3 Single-processor Systems

4.3.1 Peripherals

4.3.2 Control

4.4 Multi-processor Systems

4.4.1 Connection via Serial Links ...

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