The University of New South Wales

School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications

ELEC3104: Digital Signal Processing

Semester 1, 2013

 

Course convener:  Prof. E. Ambikairajah

Tutor: Dr. T. Thiruvaran: t.thiruvaran@unsw.edu.au        

Lab Coordinator: Dr. Phu Le: ngoc.le@unsw.edu.au

Course Outline

 


Course Content

ELEC3104: Digital Signal Processing

Chapter 1: Signals and Systems [Problem Sheet 1]

Chapter 2: Digital Signal Processing Fundamentals [Problem Sheet 2]

Chapter 3: Discrete-Time Systems [Problem Sheet 3]

Chapter 4: Introduction to z-Transform [Problem Sheet 4]

Chapter 5: Introduction to Digital Filters [Problem Sheet 5]

Chapter 6: Discrete Time Fourier Transform (DTFT) [Problem Sheet 6]

Chapter 7: Analogue Filter Design [Problem Sheet 7]

Chapter 8: Digital Filter Design [Problem Sheet 8]

Chapter 9: Multirate Digital Signal Processing [Problem Sheet 9]

Sample  MidSemester Exam and Solutions

Sample Final Exam Paper and Solutions

Table of z transform and useful sequences

References

fourier series lecture_01

Fourier transform lecture [video lecture]

QuestionsOfThursdayLectures

Scanned Material on Thursday lectures

 

                            The examination schedule is as follows:

Exam

Date

Time

Location

Weight

Material

Mid-Semester Examination

18-04-2013

6.00 - 7.30pm

TBA

15 %

Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Final Examination

TBA

TBA

TBA

60%

All chapters

 

Introduction to Matlab:

Introduction to Matlab

Intro1 (Mathworks)

Intro2 (Mathworks)

Matlab Class: ELEC3104 Matlab Introduction

Matlab functions

Matlab Exercises


Lab Modules

Lab 1: Introduction to TIMS and Matlab

Lab 2: Sampling and Reconstruction

Lab 3: Impulse Response, Frequency Response, and   Poles/Zeros of Systems

Lab 4: Digital Filters

Lab 5: Interpolation and Decimation



Audio file for lab experiment:


Last updated 07/03/2013


 
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