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Associated article: Real-time Signal Analysis & Real-Time Linux: Part II

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Published source code accompanying the two-part article in July and August 2003, by Matt Sherer. In part 1, he shows how you do hard real-time signal acquisition, controlling it from a normal Java GUI application. In part 2, Matt simplifies both the real-time and Java code, then adds a digital filter. This file contains code for both part 1 (July) and part 2 (August).

					Real-Time Signal Analysis & Real-Time Linux: Part 1 & 2
by Matt Sherer

Listing One

struct command {
   int signal_hz;
   int noise_hz;
   int sample_hz;
   } ;
static pthread_t signal_gen_t;
static pthread_t sampler_t;
static int sampled_fd;
static ...							
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