EE518 PMP
Digital Signal Processing
Week 1, January 7
Winter 2014
A Hard Problem (that you should understand, but hopefully at least barely can solve):
Example 1 (Shows that: a) complex number impulse responses can also be handled by the
procedures we hav
EE 518 Digital Signal Processing
Fall 2014
University of Washington
Electrical Engineering
Solution to Homework #1
Instructor:
Teaching Assistant:
Prof. Les Atlas <[email protected]>
Brad Ekin <[email protected]>
EE518
Digital Signal Processing
Week 1, September 25
Autumn 2014
The EE 518 Course
See course syllabus and web page (www.ee.washington.edu/class/518/2014aut/) for details,
including weekly reading assignments, which are subject to change later in the quar
EE518
Digital Signal Processing
Week 3, October 7 and 9
Autumn 2014
Homework #3, due Thursday 10/16, at 1:30 (beginning of discussion section):
HW #3 Text Problems: Oppenheim & Schafer: problems 4.32, 4.35, 4.38, 4.55
and HW #3 MATLAB Project on class web
Dec 14, 2012
EE 518 Final Exam
Prof. Les Atlas and Teaching Assistant Chun-Te (Randy) Chu
Solutions
Your Name :
Instructions :
1. Open book and notes.
2. Do not open this exam until 2:30.
3. Put all your answers in the appropriate space. If necessary, you
December 16, 2011
EE 518 Final Exam
Prof. Les Atlas and David Chuang (Teaching Assistant)
Solutions
Your Name :
Instructions :
1. Open book and notes.
2. Do not open this exam until 2:30.
3. Put all your answers in the appropriate space. If necessary, you
November 4, 2014
EE 518 Midterm Exam
Prof. Les Atlas and Teaching Assistant Brad Ekin
Solutions
Your Name :
Instructions :
1. Open book and notes.
2. Do not open this exam until 12:30.
3. Put all your answers in the appropriate space. If necessary, you ca
November 1, 2012
EE 518 Midterm Exam
Prof. Les Atlas and Teaching Assistant Chun-Te (Randy) Chu
Solutions
Your Name :
Instructions :
1. Open book and notes.
2. Do not open this exam until 1:30.
3. Put all your answers in the appropriate space. If necessar
1
December 12, 2013
EE 518 Final Exam
Prof. Les Atlas and Teaching Assistant Alex Ke
Solutions
Your Name :
Instructions :
1. Open book and notes.
2. Do not open this exam until 10:30.
3. Put all your answers in the appropriate space. If necessary, you can
EE 518 Digital Signal Processing
Fall 2014
University of Washington
Electrical Engineering
Solution to Homework #2
Instructor:
Teaching Assistant:
Prof. Les Atlas <[email protected]>
Brad Ekin <[email protected]>
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SpectralAnalysisandSampleRate
Selection
Overview
This project is a follow up on the previous Filter Design for Sample Rate Conversion project. For
this the project, we focus less on filters and more on the selection of an appropriate sampling
rate. Our go
EE518 PMP
Digital Signal Processing
Week 1, January 7
Winter 2014
The EE 518 Course
See course syllabus and web page (http:/www.ee.washington.edu/class/pmp518/2014wtr/) for
details, including weekly reading assignments, which are subject to change later i
February 11, 2014
EE 518 Midterm Exam
Prof. Les Atlas
Solutions
Your Name :
Instructions :
1. Open book and notes.
2. Do not open this exam until 6:00 pm.
3. Put all your answers in the appropriate space. If necessary, you can use extra work-sheets,
but p
EE518
Digital Signal Processing
Week 4, October 14 and 16
Autumn 2014
Homework #4, due Thursday 10/23, at 1:30 (beginning of discussion section):
Text Problems: 4.58, 4.62, 4.64, 5.10 (this Chapter 5 problem is easy)
Crucial Concepts from Week 3 Lectures:
EE518
Digital Signal Processing
Week 3, October 7 and 9
Autumn 2014
Multi-Rate Signal Processing
Main goals:
A. reduce the number of arithmetic operations in sample rate conversion.
B. present concepts for more advanced multi-rate filtering and analysis
(
EE518
Digital Signal Processing
Week 4, October 14 and 16
Autumn 2014
Homework #4, due Thursday 10/23, at 1:30 (beginning of discussion section):
Text Problems: 4.58, 4.62, 4.64, 5.10 (this Chapter 5 problem is easy)
Crucial Concepts from Week 3 Lectures:
EE518 PMP
Digital Signal Processing
Week 1, January 7
Winter 2014
Example 3 (which shows some alternative strategies for problem-solving)
Consider an LTI system with frequency response
1 e j2
H (e j )
,
1 1 e j4
2
Determine the output y[n] if the input x[
EE518
Digital Signal Processing
Week 5, October 27 and 29
Autumn 2015
Note: Our EE 518 Midterm Exam will be Tuesday 11/10 at 12:30-2:20 pm in our usual
lecture room. It will cover all lectures, homework, and associated MATLAB problems
through 11/5. It is
EE518
Digital Signal Processing
Week 5, October 21 and 23
Autumn 2014
Note: Our EE 518 Midterm Exam will be Tuesday 11/4 at 12:30-2:20 pm in our usual
lecture room. It will cover all lectures, homework, and associated MATLAB problems
through 10/30. It is
November 5, 2013
EE 518 Midterm Exam
Prof. Les Atlas and Teaching Assistant Alex Ke
Solutions
Your Name :
Instructions :
1. Open book and notes.
2. Do not open this exam until 12:30.
3. Put all your answers in the appropriate space. If necessary, you can
December 17, 2010
EE 518 Final Exam
Prof. Les Atlas and Nicole Nichols
SOLUTIONS
Your Name :
Instructions :
1. Open book and notes.
2. Do not open this exam until 2:30.
3. Put all your answers in the appropriate space. If necessary, you can use extra work
EE518
Digital Signal Processing
Week 2, September 30 and October 2
Autumn 2014
Figure 2.7. Frequency domain representation of sampling.
Notice there might be overlapping among X c ( j ( k s ) ( k ) . When overlapping
happens, as in the bottom plot of the
EE518
Digital Signal Processing
Week 2, September 30 and October 2
Autumn 2014
Homework #2, due Thursday 10/9, at 1:30 (beginning of discussion section):
Text Problems: Oppenheim & Schafer: problems 3.59 (background/hints coming this week),
4.21, 4.29
MAT
EE518
Note: Unfortunately some figures show up as mirror images. Original
notes pdf are accurate, though, and can always be found on the class
web page.
Digital Signal Processing
Autumn 2015
Week 1, October 1
The EE 518 Course
See course syllabus and web
EE518
Digital Signal Processing
Week 2, October 6 and 8
Autumn 2015
Homework #2, due Thursday 10/15, at 1:30 (beginning of discussion section):
Text Problems: Oppenheim & Schafer: problems 3.59 (background/hints on pages 10-11 of
these notes), 4.21, 4.29
EE518
Digital Signal Processing
Week 3, October 13 and 15
Autumn 2015
Homework #3, due Thursday 10/22, at 1:30 (beginning of discussion section):
HW #3 Text Problems: Oppenheim & Schafer: problems 4.32, 4.35, 4.38, 4.55
and HW #3 MATLAB Project on class w
EE518
Digital Signal Processing
Week 4, October 20 and 22
Autumn 2015
Homework #4, due Thursday 10/29, at 1:30 (beginning of discussion section):
Text Problems: 4.58, 4.62, 4.64, 5.10 (this Chapter 5 problem is easy)
Crucial Concepts from Week 3 Lectures:
EE518
Digital Signal Processing
Week 5, October 27 and 29
Autumn 2015
H (1) (1) M H (1)
So, when M is even (Type I FIR), H ( 1) can be of any value;
When M is odd (Type II FIR), H ( 1) 0 is the only possible value for z 1 .
So a Type II must have a zero a
EE518
Digital Signal Processing
Week 1, September 25
Autumn 2014
The EE 518 Course
See course syllabus and web page (www.ee.washington.edu/class/518/2014aut/) for details,
including weekly reading assignments, which are subject to change later in the quar
EE518
Digital Signal Processing
Week 3, October 7 and 9
Autumn 2014
Homework #3, due Thursday 10/16, at 1:30 (beginning of discussion section):
HW #3 Text Problems: Oppenheim & Schafer: problems 4.32, 4.35, 4.38, 4.55
and HW #3 MATLAB Project on class web