ECE
351 Systems I Autumn 2006 Instructor: Prof.
Andrea Serrani. |
Class Schedule: Monday,
Wednesday, Friday, 2:30pm - 3:18pm
Office Hours: Monday and
Wednesday, 4:00pm- 5:00pm
Teaching Assistant: Mr. Joseph Gourley. (email: gourley.8@osu.edu)
Prerequisite(s): ECE 205
Please note: The official web
page of the course is developed on CARMEN at http://telr.osu.edu/carmen/
Registered students may access all the additional information on the
course, including notes, homework sets, solutions, and syllabus through
the Carmen web site.
Lecture 1: Fundamental Concepts - Chapter 1 | Continuous and discrete-time signals. Systems. Basic systems
properties. |
Lecture 2: Time-domain Models - Chapter 2 | Input/Output representation of systems. Difference and
differential equation models. Convolution. |
Review. First Midterm | |
Lecture 3: Fourier Series and Fourier Transform - Chapter 3 |
Representation of signals in terms of harmonic components. Trigonometric and complex-exponential series. Fourier transform.Spectral content of signals. Properties of Fourier transform. Signal modulation and de-modulation. |
Review. Second Midterm | |
Lecture 4: Discrete Fourier Transform - Chapter 4 | Discrete-time Fourier transform. DFT. Applications. |
Lecture 5: Fourier Analysis - Chapter 5 | Fourier
analysis of continuous-time systems. Response to periodic and
non-periodic inputs. Ideal filters. Sampling. Fourier analysis of
discrete-time systems. |
Review. Comprehensive Final Exam |
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