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EE 3302 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS

Fall 2005

Prerequisites: EE 3301 and MATH 2420


Credits: 3 Hours
Instructor: Dr. Philip C. Loizou
Class Time: Tuesday and Thursday
2:00-3:15 pm /CN 1.102
Office Location: ECSN 4.220
Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 1:00-2:00 pm
Telephone: (972) 883-4617
E-mail: loizou@utdallas.edu
Class URL: www.utdallas.edu/~loizou/ee3302
COURSE OBJECTIVE
To introduce the fundamentals of continuous and discrete-time signal processing. This
course will cover linear system analysis including convolution and impulse response,
Fourier series, Fourier transform and applications, discrete-time signal analysis, sampling,
z-transform, analysis and design of digital filters, and discrete Fourier transform (DFT) with
applications.

TEXTBOOK
M. J. Roberts (2004). Signals and Systems, McGraw Hill.

Optional books:
S. Soliman and M. Srinath (1998). Continuous and Discrete Signals and Systems, (2nd edition),
Prentice Hall.

R. Ziemer, W. Tranter and D. Fannin (1998). Signals and Systems: Continuous and Discrete, (4th
edition), Prentice Hall.

D. Hanselman and B. Littlefield (1998). Mastering MATLAB 6: A comprehensive tutorial and


reference, Prentice Hall.

SOFTWARE
MATLAB (Mathworks, Inc., www.mathworks.com)

ASSIGNMENTS & GRADING


The course requirements consist of:
1. homework assignments from the book and MATLAB computer assignments
2. two in-class exams and one final exam.

Grading:
Homework : 15%
Exams : 50% (=2x25%)
Final Exam : 35%

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POLICIES
1. Homework may be turned in one class after it is due with a late penalty of 10%.
Homework will not be accepted after the solutions are posted.
2. Make-up exams will not be given without advance notice to the instructor.

ACADEMIC DISHONESTY
Please see the UTD Graduate catalog for policy on academic dishonesty. Giving or receiving
aid on a graded assignment or test is considered cheating and will be harshly penalized.

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE

Week Topics Chapter


1 Introduction. 1
Mathematical description of signals, continuous-time scaling 2.1-2.8
and shifting transformation, periodic functions
2 Discrete-time signal functions and operations, 2.9 – 2.14
Description and analysis of systems 3.1-3.4
3 Convolution sum, convolution integral 3.5-3.6
4 Fourier series 4.1-4.7
5 Discrete-time Fourier series, frequency response of LTI 4.8, 4.11
systems with periodic excitation
6 Fourier transform, EXAM 1 5.1-5.3
7 Properties of Fourier transform, Discrete-time Fourier 5.5-5.8
transform
8 Fourier analysis of signals and systems, ideal filters, discrete- 6.1 – 6.3,
time filters 6.7 - 6.8
9 Communication systems. 6.9
Sampling and the discrete Fourier transform 7.1-7.4
10 Examples of DFT, Fast Fourier transform 7.7-7.8
11 Z-transform, EXAM 2 11.1-11.2
12 Properties of Z-transform, inverse z-transform 11.3, 11.4
13 Solution of difference equations. 11.5
z-transform analysis of signals and systems 12.1-12.4
14 System responses, sampled-data systems 12.5, 12.6, 12.9
15 Digital filters 12.10-12.11
16 FINAL on Nov 29th 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

FINAL EXAM: November 29, 2005 – 2:00 pm- 4:00pm

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