syllabus 3120 fall 2004 (Linear)

syllabus 3120 fall 2004 (Linear) - Department of Electrical...

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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Louisiana State University EE 3120 Linear Systems Analysis Fall 2004 Schedule: 9:40-10:30, MWF Location: 1109 CEBA Catalog Description: EE 3120 Linear Systems Analysis (3) Prereq: EE 2120, MATH 2090. Methods of analysis for time-invariant linear systems. Course Objective: This course will provide the students with mathematical tools for the analysis of models described by linear ordinary differential equations and linear difference equations. Text: B.P. Lathi, Linear Systems and Signals, second edition, Oxford University Press 2005 Instructor: John Scalzo, MSEE Georgia Tech, BSEE Virginia Tech Electrical Engineering Building 102 F Phone: 578-5481 e-mail: [email protected] Experience: Microelectronics Components Design Engineer, RF Engineer Specialization: DSP, Analog and Digital Communications, and Automata Theory. Courses include Coding Theory, Satellite communications, Cellular communications, Digital Speech processing, Digital Image Processing, Frequency Synthesizers, RF Engineering
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