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Digital signal processing (DSP) is one of the most demanding areas in today's job market for electronic engineering graduates. Because of the need for this particular area, if not all but, most electrical/electronic engineering departments have already integrated this popular subject in their curriculum. To understand DSP, a good knowledge of advanced mathematics is required. This, in turn, has created problems for electrical engineering technology (EET) departments to successfully implemented DSP into their program, since they do not require advanced mathematics. For the last two years, many EET faculties have tried to respond to this problem and have sought help from their colleagues in other institutions through ET listserv. This paper intends to show the authors experience of teaching DSP to EET students.