ECE-314: Signals and Systems
Term: Fall 2009
Instructor: Balu Santhanam
Pre-requisites: ECE-213 and Math-264.
Course Abstract: Linear systems analysis, Signal spectra: Fourier series/transform AM/FM modulation and demodulation schemes; sampling theorem discrete-time signals; discrete-time Fourier series and transform elements of the Z-transform. Brief Introduction to MATLAB
Information regarding the course, problem sessions, midterm dates, etc., will be posted here, please check often. The room for the recitation section is ECE-210. The recitation section is on Friday from 11:00 - 12:15. The meeting room for this class will be ECE-132 and not MECH-300 as listed on the schedule. Please make a note of this. The problem/revieiw session for Midterm II will be held in Room 118, Wed, Dec 2, 3-5 PM.
Classification of Signals and Systems
Convolution Theorem :
Note on Impulse Response and Convolution Note on the Scale and Reflection Systems Note on the R-C voltage divider circuit Causality and Stability Revisited Evaluating the Convolution Integral Example 1: convolution Example 2: convolution LTI Systems and Frequency Response Example: convolution and stability
Notes on the Inner Product Fourier Series Expansion Parseval's Theorem Trigonometric Fourier Series Fourier Series and LTI Systems Sinusoidal Response of R-C circuit Example: Fourier Series Example: Half Wave Rectifier
Fourier Transform :
Limiting form of Fourier Series Continuous Time Fourier Transform Fourier Transform of periodic signals Parsevals Theorem Notes on Operational Amplifiers Design of Pole-Zero Combinaiton Example: Convolution Theorem On the Ideal LPF Example: DTFT DTFT tables Laplace Transform Table
On the Zee--Transform:
Problem Set # 1.0 Solutions to PS # 1.0 Wavefile for PS # 1.0 PS # 2.0: Complete problems 1.64 (b,d,h,i), 1.75, 1.77, 1.85 from the Haykin textbook, reading: Sec 1.8 of text book. Due back Sept 25, 2009. Solutions to PS # 2.0 Problem Set # 3.0 Solutions to PS # 3.0 Problem Set # 4.0 Solutions to Problem Set # 4.0 Problem Set # 5.0 PS # 6.0: Complete problems 3.58(b,c,g), 3.59 (b,d,f), 3.60 (a,c,d), 3.61(a,c,d), 3.62(c,d,f), 3.68 (b,d), 3.70 (a,b,e), 3.73 (c,d,f), 3.74(b,c,d), 3.76 (a,b), 3.85, from the Haykin textbook, reading: Chapter 3.0 Due back : Nov. 24. . Solutions to Problem Set # 6.0