* ELE 201 (STL) Graded A-F, P/D/F, Audit
Signals that carry information play a central role in technology and engineering---ranging from sound and images to MRI, communication, radar, and robotic control. This course teaches mathematical tools to analyze, manipulate, dissect, and preserve information signals. For example, many continuous signals can be perfectly represented through sampling (Nyquist theorem), which leads to digital signals. A major focus of the course is the Fourier transform. We also study linear time-invariant systems, modulation, quantization, and stability (Laplace transform and z-transform). Lab design projects in Matlab include a "Shazam" music ID system.
Sample reading list:
S. Kulkarni, Course notes
Oppenheim and Willsky, Signals & Systems, 2nd Edition
Weekly reading. Bi-weekly homework assignments (problem sets). Bi-weekly labs.
Mid Term Exam - 25%
Final Exam - 40%
Lab Reports - 15%
Problem set(s) - 20%
Course is required for concentrators
Prerequisites and Restrictions:
The prerequisite for this course is knowledge of elementary calculus..
Enrollment in labs will be done using SCORE.
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