Course
Code: ECE 300  Course Title: Introduction
to Digital Signal Processing
Topics

Keywords

Discrete time signals and systems

Basic sequences and sequence
operations :
Basic
discrete time elementary signals,
Periodic
and non periodic signals. Operations
on dependent (amplitude) and independent (time) variable of discrete time signals,
Classification of signals , laplace transform
Discrete time systems :
Properties
of discrete time systemslinearity, time invariance, causality memory and
stability.
LTI Systems:
Impulse
response representation, Convolution and properties of LTI system
Sampling :
Introduction
to FS, Sampling and reconstruction, aliasing and discrete frequency.

Fourier Transforms

Fourier transforms :
Discrete
Fourier Series, Discrete Fourier
Transform and properties, impulse response, frequency response. fourier1  fourier2

Constant
coefficient difference equation representation of LTI systems. Transform
domain domain representation of LTI
systems, transfer function of a system

Discrete Fourier Transform

Properties, Circular Convolution, linear
convolution.

Digital filter design techniques

Filter
specifications, Analog Filters Butterworth filters Cheyshev filter concepts and their Frequency
Responses, their derivation
IIR
filter design using impulse invariance and bilinear transformation, frequency
transformations.

FIR Filter design :
Linear
phase, design using windows (rectangular, hamming and hanning)
Filters Structures :
Direct
formI and Direct FormII. Transpose form

TEXT
BOOK
REFERENCES
(ii)
Allen V. Oppenheim, Ronald W. Schafer
“Discrete Time Signal Processing” Second
Edition , Prentice Hall, 2000
(iii)
Mitra S J, “Digital Signal Processing, a Practical
Approach,” Tata McGrawHill Publishing Company Limited, 2005
(iv)
simon heykin, Barry Van Veen,
"Signals and Systems," John Wiley and Sons Inc.
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