iJDSP is an educational software that enables simulation of Digital Signal Processing (DSP) concepts and algorithms on iOS devices such as iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. This application has been developed in the Signal Processing lab at Arizona State University, and integrated with the DSP curriculum (EEE 407) during Spring 2012. Designed as a standalone app, iJDSP utilizes the resources and features of the iOS platform in order to create an appealing student learning environment. The content of the iJDSP courseware is enriched by incorporating several online multimedia tools such as YouTube videos, interactive presentations, social media discussion forums, and a rich suite of documentation .
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iJDSP has been demonstrated this year (2012) at the ASU Engineering Open House, the Emerging Signal Processing Applications (ESPA) Conference held at Las Vegas, Nevada, and at the 37th International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP) held in Kyoto, Japan.
 J. Liu, J. J. Thiagarajan, A. Spanias, K. N. Ramamurthy, S. Hu, and M. K. Banavar, “iPhone/iPad based interactive laboratory for signal processing in mobile devices,” Proceedings of ASEE Annual Conference, 2011.
 J. Liu, A. Spanias, M. K. Banavar, J. J. Thiagarajan, K. N. Ramamurthy, S. Hu, and X. Zhang, “Work in progress – Interactive signal processing labs and simulations on iOS devices,”Proceedings of IEEE FIE, 2011.
 J. Liu, S. Hu, J. J. Thiagarajan, X. Zhang, S. Ranganath, M. K. Banavar, and K. N. Ramamurthy, “Interactive DSP laboratories on mobile phones and tablets,” Proceedings of IEEE ICASSP, 2012.