Lect1_1011 - EEE443 Digital Signal Processing Overall Briefing Dr Shahrel A Suandi Lecture#1 Brief Introduction to EEE443 Course Description

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EEE443 Digital Signal Processing Overall Briefing Dr. Shahrel A. Suandi Lecture #1 Brief Introduction to EEE443
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Course Description Digital Signal Processing (DSP) has continued to have major and increasing impact in many key areas of technology including telecommunications, digital television and media, biomedicine, VLSI design etc. DSP is now at the core of many new and emerging digital products and applications in the information society and is a core subject in most electronic/computer/communication engineering curricula. This course is three lectures per week course and is designed to give the students the necessary mathematical tools to analyze discrete time signals and systems. The course also includes various techniques for the design of digital filters and their implementation using DSP processors.
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Course Objectives 1. To learn the mathematical tools for analyzing discrete time signals and systems both in the time and frequency domain. 2. To learn the FFT algorithm and its
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2010 for the course EE 123 taught by Professor Shar during the Spring '10 term at École Normale Supérieure.

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Lect1_1011 - EEE443 Digital Signal Processing Overall Briefing Dr Shahrel A Suandi Lecture#1 Brief Introduction to EEE443 Course Description

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