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Signals and Systems: Course Outline

Objective: To provide understanding of signals, systems and transforms.

Course Outline

  • Continuous time and discrete time signals
  • Periodic signals
  • Even and odd signals
  • Exponential and sinusoidal signals
  • The unit impulse and unit step
  • Continues time and discrete time systems
  • Linear time invariant systems
  • Difference equation
  • Causality and BIBO stability
  • Convolution and correlation
  • Discrete time Fourier transforms
  • Time and frequency characterization of signals and systems
  • The sampling theorem
  • Aliasing
  • ​Sampling the discrete time signals
  • Z-transform
  • Analysis and characterization of LTI systems using z-transform
  • Communication systems and linear feedback systems
  • Introduction to Analog filter design.

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