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Time and frequency domain analyses of continuous-time (CT) and discrete-time (DT) signals and systems. CT and DT Convolution. DTFT, DFT, and z-transforms of signals. Phase shifting, frequency shifting, and group delay. Modeling of stationary random signals utilizing filtered white noise. Power spectral density and SNR. Improving SNR through filtering. Amplitude, phase, and stability of causal and non-causal digital filters. FIR and IIR digital filter design. Applications of discrete time systems. Program assignments in Matlab. Prerequisite: Must be in the professional EE program and C or better in each of the following: EE 3316 and EE 3330 (or concurrent enrollment).

Electrical Engineering - Undergraduate Programs

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