Information sheet ECTS Syllabus
Course syllabus B-ACSS1 - Analog and Digital Signal Processing 1 (FEEIT - WS 2020/2021)
|University:||Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava|
|Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology|
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Course unit title:
|Analog and Digital Signal Processing 1|
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Telecommunications - bachelor (compulsory), 3. semester
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Students will acquire basic knowledge of analog and discrete signals and systems. They will know mathematical tools for their description in time and frequency domain. Based on this, they can analyze their temporal, spectral and energetical properties. They will get an overview of basic signals and types of systems and their practical use. Students achieve the ability to investigate the the influence of systems on signals.
Signal categorization (continuous in time / value, discrete in time / value, real, complex), periodic, non-periodic, basic operations with them, energy, power, special signals (pulses, steps), convolution, scalar correlation.
Representation of continuous periodic signals in frequency domain, power analysis. Analysis of selected signals.
Representation of continuous non-periodic signals in frequency domain, energy conditions. Analysis of selected signals.
Properties of representations in frequency, Fourier series and Fourier transform. Ideal sampling, sampling theorem, transition to DTFT.
Representation of non-periodic discrete signals in the frequency domain, energy conditions. Analysis of selected discrete signals. Uncertainty principle. Sampling of the first and second species.
Representation of discrete periodic signals in the frequency domain. DFT as a matrix. Fast algorithms.
Summarization of Fourier transform types and their properties, overview of context. Introduction to systems and their classification.
Discrete-time systems, impulse response, differential equation, Z-transform, transfer function, stability.
Analogue systems, differential equation, Laplace transform, transfer function, stability.
Relation between "z" and "p" plane, the relation of Laplace, Fourier, Z and DTFT transforms. Phase and group delay.
Analog modulations - distribution and amplitude modulation.
Analog modulations - Frequency modulation, phase modulation, narrowband frequency modulation.
Interpolation, quantization, AD / DA conversion, PCM and its types, delta modulation.
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|Language of instruction:||slovak or english|
Assessed students in total: 252
Name of lecturer(s):
|7. 4. 2020|
prof. Ing. Gregor Rozinaj, PhD. and programme supervisor
Last modification made by RNDr. Marian Puškár on 04/07/2020.