Ed Doering is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology where he teaches courses in digital signal processing, circuits, digital systems, and computer music. He has developed numerous video-based resources to help students learn how to use NI LabVIEW, myDAQ, and Academic RIO Devices in a wide range of applications including signals and systems, communication systems, electrical and electronic circuits, and computer vision:
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