NEE2201 - Linear Systems with Matlab Applications
|1.||Interpret and apply digital signal processing principles and techniques;|
|2.||Apply DSP applications in telecommunication systems and sub-systems;|
|3.||Critically examine and analyse aliasing, quantisation, signal reconstruction filters. Design IIR digital filters and FIR digital filters;|
|4.||Analyse and design Linear Least Mean Squared Error estimators; and|
|5.||Apply in-depth random signal processing principles to channel equalisers and antenna-array beam formers.|
|Assignment||Design Assignment (1500 word report)||20%|
|Test||Mid-semester test (2 hours)||30%|
|Examination||Final Examination (3 hours)||50%|
Digital Signal Processing - A Practical Approach, 2002 edition or later,
Ifeachor, E.C. & B.W. Jervis,
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