Digital Signal Processing
TeachersOGAWA, MitsuhiroStaffInfo
Grade, SemesterYear 2 2nd semest [Department of Information and Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering]
CategorySpecial Subjects
Elective, CreditsElective 2credit
 Syllabus Number3E222

Course Description

In this course, we learn the digital signal processing to pick the purpose signal by measuring the analog signal, its digitalization and convert mathematically. First, we learn the signal type, continuous-time system, discrete time system and difference equation. Then, we lean the designing of the digital filter.
This course is related to DP4E.

Course Objectives

(1) We will learn about basic of Fourier analysis; moreover, we will be able to execute procedures including 1-dimensional discrete Fourier transform
(2) We will learn how to find differential equation form block diagram
(3) We will learn how to estimate and program property of digital filter

Grading Policy

Evaluation rate are 30% of Report and 70% of Exams.
All the reports should be submitted.

Textbook and Reference

KindTitleAuthorPublisher
TextbookNo textbook in this course, but we use LMS and handouts.
References

Requirements(Assignments)

Preparation for the class: 1.5 hours
Review of the class ︓ 1.5 hours

Note

Course contents might be modified.

Schedule

1Guidance
Basic math for this class
Signal and Systems (Continuous-time system and discrete time system)
2Fourier Series Fourier transform
3Linear Time-invariant Discrete-time Systems 1: Time domain
4Linear Time-invariant Discrete-time Systems 2: Frequency domain and z-transform
5Linear Time-invariant Continuous-time Systems (System representation in frequency domain and Laplace transform)
6Sampling theorem and summary
7Midterm exam and review
8Analog and Digital filter
9Character of filters
10Designing of filter 1: FIR filter
11Designing of filter 2: IIR filter
12Designing of filter 3: Comb filter
13Designing of filter 4: Filter designing exercise
14Summary
2-dimenssional signal processing
Concept of adaptive signal processing
15Final exam and review