Full Form of DSP:
Digital Signal Processing
DSP Full Form is Digital Signal Processing. DSP refers to the process of modifying and analyzing a signal to maximize its performance and efficiency. The process involves the application of various computational and mathematical algorithms. This is to use digital and analog signals and achieve a signal with higher quality. DSP is basically to identify errors, to filter, and to compress the analog signals on the move. It greatly contributes to eliminating distortion and boost noise reduction in audio signals. Some of the key applications of DSP include; speech processing, video compression; speech recognition; seismology; weather forecasting, and more. It is mainly used in speech compression as well as transmission in mobile phones.
DSP – Deputy Superintendent of Police
Full Form of DSP is Deputy Superintendent of Police. DSP is a rank the police of India use and was also found in the British police administration set-up. The rank is equivalent to that of an Assistant Commissioner of Police (abbreviated as ACP) and higher than that of Assistant Superintendent in the commissioner system of the country. The rank of an ACP or DSP was originally created in the year 1876 as part of the Indianisation policy that the British empire has commenced.
DSPs are basically state police officers belonging to the provincial police forces and either promoted from the rank of an inspector or are direct entrants. These officers can be promoted to the rank of Indian Police Service (abbreviated as IPS) officer after they have served a particular period of service, which generally ranges between 8-15 years. The period of service for promotion is determined by the state government. In the state of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan, these officers are often termed as Circle Officers (abbreviated as COs).
There are criteria that candidates for the rank must adhere to such as they must be citizens of India with age falling between 21-38 years. There are also minimum physical requirements such as 168 cm as height for men and 155 cm for women, etc. These requirements may differ from one state to another such as in Tamil Nadu, the minimum height requirement is 165 cm. The state government also prepares a list listing those officers from the state police service who are fitting for a promotion to the IPS rank, considering definite factors of performance and years of service.