Hello, I'm looking to meet an undergrad design requirement, which can be done with independent study. I'll graduate in December, so I have a lot of coursework under my belt. I'll also have all summer to research and prepare. I've focused on communications and dsp, and these are the upper-level courses I've taken: Digital Signal Processing Digital Filter Design Communications Systems Digital Communications Wireless Communications Introduction to Feedback Systems Introduction to Digital Control. I've also taken a required electronics course, so I have some soldering experience as well as bit of experience building transistor circuits, but I'd rather work on a project that is software based. I'm a pretty good programmer and have a lot of matlab experience. I think I'd probably prefer to do a design project focusing on a DSP topic.... like maybe something with audio? I'm already doing another independent study in communications, and my school offers more communications courses than DSP, so I want to balance out a little and try something in DSP. So, does anyone have any ideas for interesting things I might be able to design that are DSP related? (Or even communications related, if you can think of something really cool) I thought about designing some audio filters or something like that (I had the idea of using one person's voice as a reference in order to filter another person's voice and make it sound like the first person.. but I have a feeling this would be extremely difficult. LOL) I just wanted to know what others thought. Thanks!