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Principles of Digital Sine Generators
Test procedures for digital audio systems require stimulation signals, such as sinusoidal test signals, with high purity and stability. Different methods are already known to produce a digital test generator; however, this paper describes the structure of the generation of the sinus signal based on mathematical and numerical solutions, with algorithms for integer and floating-point signal processors. The accuracy and purity limits are given.
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