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 The AJDSP App - Now on Google Play

(Developed by the SenSIP Center, Arizona State University)

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AJDSP App enables mobile simulation and visualization of Digital Signal Processing (DSP) concepts and algorithms on Android devices such as the Android phones and tablets. AJDSP utilizes the resources and features of the Android platform in order to create an appealing student learning environment. This app has been developed for education purposes at the SenSIP Center, ASU. The app supports several DSP functions pertaining to topics such as filter design, convolution, multirate signal processing and the FFT. The AJDSP app comprises an easy-to-use interactive design, a block-based programming environment and numerous visualization tools. In addition, the app has the capabilities to access several on-board sensors such as accelerometer, camera and microphone (version 2.0 to be released).

Get the AJDSP app for free!

  • Software development performed by Suhas Ranganath and Deepta Rajan based on an adaptation of the prior J-DSP software. 
  • J-DSP and A-JDSP concepts by Andreas Spanias.
  • Overall Software Architect and Project Director: Andreas Spanias.
  • Consultants: Jayaraman J. Thiagarajan, Karthikeyan N. Ramamurthy, and Mahesh Banavar.
  • J-DSP and A-JDSP software is protected under ABOR/ASU copyright.
  • Software development is supported by NSF grant award # 0817596 and by ASU SenSIP.
  • Android is a trademark of Google Inc.

Related Links:

View video demo of JDSP for Android devices

SenSIP Center

Details of Projects on Education Technologies

Signal Analysis Workshop

DISCLAIMER - In this text the term software relates to AJDSP app, all AJDSP editor code, all android application code related to the AJDSP editor and all other code not explicitly mentioned here but related in any way to the AJDSP editor. ASU refers to Arizona State University. This software has been developed solely for educational purposes. By using this software, you expressly agree that all risks associated with the performance and quality of the software is assumed solely by you. ASU, Prof. Andreas Spanias and any other related party shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages arising out of the use of or inability to use the software, even if ASU, Prof. Andreas Spanias or any other related party have been advised of the possibility of such damages. The software is made available by ASU and prof. Andreas spanias "as is" and "with all faults". ASU and Prof. Andreas Spanias do not make any representations or warranties of any kind, either express or implied, concerning the quality, safety or suitability of the software, including without limitation any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement. Further, ASU or Prof. Andreas Spanias make no representations or warranties as to the truth, accuracy or completeness of any information, statements or materials concerning the software that is contained in all AJDSP editor related software. In no event will ASU or Prof. Andreas Spanias or any other related party be liable for any indirect, punitive, special, incidental or consequential damages however they may arise and even if ASU, Prof. Andreas Spanias or any other related party have been previously advised of the possibility of such damages. AJDSP editor and all related software are copyrighted.

Supported by the NSF CCLI phase 3 grant award no. 0817596 and the ASU SenSIP Center.

J-DSP Editor Design & Development by:
Multidisciplinary Initiative on Distance Learning Technologies
J-DSP and On-line Laboratory Concepts by Prof. Andreas Spanias. For further information contact spanias@asu.edu

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