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Old 29th January 2004, 05:42 AM   #1
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Default Any programmers / math people in here?

I'm designing spectrum analyzer software for a stand-alone application, and I need a lot of help with the design, since I'm basically incompetent and haven't exercised my brain since high school.

The thread I've started is on another forum, which requires no registration. I suspect the format of the other forum will be more conducive to this discussion... I'm also going to ask the webmaster there if we can have a forum just for DIY driver discussion, since the DIY Parthenon thread is now 22 pages and basically inaccessible if you haven't been following it!

Here's the linkie:

http://www.neozones.com/Board/Messages/54076.shtml

Thanks in advance for any and all help.
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Old 29th January 2004, 06:06 AM   #2
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You mean something like this? It's quite a good bargain, and $99 (for the top version) doesn't buy too many hours of work.

The relevant mathematics here are "windowed fourier transforms," which are related to wavelets.

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... I'm also going to ask the webmaster there if we can have a forum just for DIY driver discussion, since the DIY Parthenon thread is now 22 pages and basically inaccessible if you haven't been following it!
Don't worry about the thread, it's not even near the length of the Aleph X thread yet!

I just started reading it as well, great project, and just the thing diyAudio is about, so you have my full Mod support if you want to do any splitting, etc, to keep it on topic.
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