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Expressing Appreciation for the Assistance of Others

Module by: Austin Bratton, Ray Hwong, Sara Joiner, Jeanne Guillory. E-mail the authors

Summary: This module acknowledges those people whose time, resources, and guidance made this project possible.

Dr. Don Johnson (aka DOJO)

For giving of his time and expertise to enlighten a bunch of lost undergrads in the area of array processing and beamforming. Without his advice and book, Array Signal Processing: Concepts and Techniques we might still be asking the question, "Beamforming? What's that?"

Dr. William Wilson (aka Dr. Bill)

For his continual interest in our project and always offering to assist us with what we needed, his time in helping us find the proper level of microphone amplication, recommendations of the types of microphones to use, and his donation of OPAMPs, Coax Cable, and capacitors. We wish you the best in the future whether at Rice or in Vermont!

Dr. Rich Baraniuk (aka RichB)

For his energetic and often wacky ways of conducting class and working with us and National Instruments to obtain for us a DAQ card.

Dr. J.D. Wise

For laying out our options for obtaining samples from our microphones and using Labview.

Mr. Michael Dye

For granting us access to the undergraduate lab and always asking, "Is it working yet?"

Mr. Andy Deck and National Instruments

For his time and effort in locating for us a DAQ card and donating one for the use in ours and future ELEC 301 projects. We are grateful for your time and generosity.

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