Premier AwardPremier Courseware of 2012: iJDSP
Engineering Pathway is proud to announce that iJDSP has been named the Premier Courseware of 2012!
iJDSP: A Mobile Signal Analysis Educational App for iOS Smartphones and Tablets, by Andreas Spanias of Arizona State University, is a mobile app that enables simulation and visualization of Digital Signal Processing (DSP) concepts and algorithms. iJDSP provides an intuitive multi-touch user interface; DSP simulations can be established as a block diagram using a simple touch-n-drop procedure. iJDSP has a rich suite of signal processing functions including signal generators, digital filters, pole-zero and frequency response computation, FIR and IIR filter design algorithms, FFT, plot functions, a sound recorder/player, and many others. Through ready access on mobile devices, students can readily solve "what-if" problems in-class or in their study environment.Inherent access to mobile device I/O mechanisms like microphones and speakers allow students to tie mathematical concepts to physical phenomenon.
2013 Premier Award for Excellence in Engineering Education Courseware
The Premier Award competition is open to a wide range of submissions of high-quality, engaging, non-commercial learning innovations designed to enhance engineering education. Submissions for 2013 are due by July 12, 2013, and the Premier Courseware will be announced at the Frontiers In Education Conference to be held October 23-26 in Oklahoma City, OK.
Complete information about the Premier Award can be found on the following Engineering Pathway pages:
Past Premier Awards
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