ELEC211: Signals and Systems
Fall 2009
Lecturer: Albert K. Wong Office: Room 2455 Tel: 2358 7065 Email: eealbert@ust.hk
AKW Fall 2009
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Elec211: Signals and Systems
Textbook: A. V. Oppenheim, et. al., Signals and Systems, 2nd edition, Prentice-H
ELEC211: Signals and Systems Chapter 2: Linear Time-Invariant systems and Impulse Response
Discrete-time LTI systems: convolution sum Continuous-time LTI systems: convolution integral Properties of LTI systems Causal LTI systems described by differential
Chapter 3: Fourier series representation of periodic signals
Response of LTI systems to complex exponentials FS representation of CT periodic signals Convergence and properties of Fourier series FS representation of DT periodic signals and its properties
ELEC211: Signals and Systems
Chapter 4: Continuous-time Fourier Transform
Frequency representation of aperiodic signals: continuous-time Fourier transform Fourier transform for periodic signals Properties of CT Fourier transform Convolution and multiplic
ELEC211: Signals and Systems
Fall 2010
Lecturer: Albert K. Wong Office: Room 2455 Tel: 2358 7065 Email: eealbert@ust.hk
AKW Fall 2010
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Lecture 1
Chapter 1 - Introduction
Learning Outcomes Continuous-Time and Discrete-Time Signals and Systems
ELEC 211 Signals and Systems
Module 2
Fourier Analysis and Frequency Domain Representation of Signals
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Lecture 7
Chapter 3 System Function and Frequency Response Complex Exponentials as Eigenfunction of LTI Systems System Func
ELEC211: Signals and Systems
Lecture 19
Chapter 7: Sampling Theorem
Nyquist Sampling Theorem Reconstruction of CT Signals from Samples Sampling by Gating, Zero- and First-Order Hold Sampling Theorem Summary
AKW Fall 2010 Chapter 7-8
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Chapter 7: Sampling
ELEC211: Signals and Systems
Lecture 22 Differential Equations as LTI Systems
ODE as LTI System Spring-Damper System
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Differential Equation Revisited
Why difference and differential equations? - Many systems can be modeled by di