* ELE 201 (ST)
Introduction to Electrical Signals and Systems
An introductory overview of techniques used to process information-carrying signals, with a view towards understanding some of the key ideas and methods responsible for the revolution in information technology. The course deals with various aspects of how information (text, audio, image, video, etc.) is acquired, stored, distributed, and analyzed. Examples are drawn from a wide range of real systems and applications such as CD's, television, computers, telephony, and the internet.
Sample reading list:
S. Kulkarni, Course notes
R. Kuc, The Digital Information Age
D. Cyganski and J. Orr, Information Technology - Inside and Out
Weekly reading. Bi-weekly homework assignments (problem sets). Bi-weekly labs.
Mid Term Exam - 25%
Final Exam - 35%
Lab Reports - 15%
Papers - 5%
Problem set(s) - 20%
Course is required for concentrators
The prerequisite for this course is knowledge of elementary calculus.
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