Signal Processing of Discrete-time Signals
Andrew C. Singer and David C. Munson Jr.
January 26, 2009
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Chapter 1
Overview of Discrete-time Signal Processing
1.1 DSP overview:
This is a textbook covering the topic of discrete-time signal processing. The tr
Chapter 2
CT and DT Signal Representations
1 Overview 2 Fourier Series 3 Fourier Transform 4 Discrete-Fourier Series 5 Discrete-Time Fourier Transform 6 Applications
GOALS
1. Development of representations of CT and DT signals in the frequency domain. 2
Appendix A
Appendix on complex numbers:
A.1 complex numbers
We begin with a review of several properties of complex numbers, their representation, and some of their basic properties. The use of complex numbers, complex-valued functions, and functions of a
Appendix D
Appendix: Impulses, samples, and delta's, Oh My!
D.1 The Dirac delta
The Dirac delta is best described as a distribution, rather than as a function, since, strictly speaking, it is not a function. A distribution is dened as follows A distributi
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECE 410 Digital Signal Processing
Problem Set 1
Fall 2010 Reading: Chapter 1, Appendices 1 and 2
Prof. Bresler, Prof. Hasegawa-Johnson
Due August 27, 2010
Problem