Commercial Grade Implementation of NTU DSP Lab's Virtual Bass Technology for Use in Philips TVs
The objective of this NTU-Philips collaboration project was to develop a commercial grade implementation of NTU DSP Lab's Virtual Bass technology for use in Philips TVs. The real-time fixed-point
digital signal processor TI C5509A was used to implement the algorithms. The frequency responses of the loudspeakers were measured to tune the algorithms and subjective listening experiments with
50 listeners were carried out to assess the audio quality as well as bass intensity. At the project closure, the know-hows were transferred to Philips staff.
Development of Fibre Bragg Grating (FBG) Based Multiplexer/Demultiplexer
Using Configurable Analog Device as an Interface for the Control of an Inverted Pendulum