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ELEX 3545 - Digital Signal Processing

Electrical and Computer Engineering Part-time Studies Course

School of Energy

Course Details

Introduces the student to Digital Signal Processing techniques. Topics include: continuous and discrete time systems, z-transforms and Fast Fourier Transforms. In addition, the course includes the design and implementation of digital filters. A filter design package such as MatLab is used. The filter designed by the student on the package will be tested on a TMS320C6211 DSK board.

Prerequisite(s)

ELEX 2120 and ELEX 3305* and MATH 3431* (* may be taken concurrently)

Credits

3.5

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Gravitying Outcomes

OVERVIEW

  • Review how Digital Signal Processing has impacted the Telecommunications industry.
    • Explain what is Digital Signal Processing.
    • Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of DSP over analog techniques.

ANALOG TO DIGITAL - DIGITAL TO ANALOG CONVERSION TECHNIQUES

  • Explain how an analog signal is transformed to the digital domain.
    • Describe the Sampling Theorem as related to Digital Signal Processing.
    • Explain the purpose and theory of a Sample and Hold.
    • Discuss real world Analog to Digital converters.
    • Explain how quantization errors affect the accuracy of DSP operations.
    • Discuss various Digital to Analog methods that are prevalent in the industry.

FILTERS

  • Various aspects and purposes of filters are discussed in this section.
    • Describe what is a Filter and its applications in the telecommunications field.
    • Explain and analyze the performance specifications of filters.
    • Differentiate various Filter types, both Analog and Digital.
    • Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of different filter types.
    • Implement the realization of Digital Filters using various techniques.
    • Use Matlab as a mathematical filter design and simulation tool.

INTRODUCTION OF Z-TRANSFORMS

  • In this section the Z-transform is discussed.
    • A basic review of Laplace is done.
    • Various manipulations of Z-transforms are implemented.
    • Both time and frequency inter-relationships are discussed.

PRACTICAL DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING

  • The hardware which is the backbone of the DSP process is discussed here.
    • The different types of DSP hardware is explained.
    • The advantages of Fixed or Floating point processors is entertained.
    • Various other device constraints are discussed.
    • The implementation of software design and coding is done.

FREQUENCY AND TIME DOMAIN

  • Frequency and time domain applications of DSP are discussed here.
    • A basic review of phasors is done.
    • The Fourier transform is implemented.
    • The Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) is explained in digital terms.
    • The advantages of the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) over the DFT is explained.

OTHER DSP ASPECTS

  • Various other facets of Digital Signal Processing are entertained here.
    • Convolution as a mainstay of DSP is discussed.
    • Uses of Correlation in the telecommunications field are explained.

Effective as of Fall 2006

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