

Semester Offering:  




To provide the students with knowledge of both the theory and practical applications of digital signal processing in communications systems.




DiscreteTime Signals and Systems, Frequency Domain Repre¬sentation of DiscreteTime Signals and Systems, Sampling of ContinuousTime Signals, The z Trans¬form, Transform Analysis of Linear Time Invariant (LTI) Systems, The Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT), Imple¬mentation of DiscreteTime Systems, Design of Digital Filters, Digital Signal Processors, DSP Applications in Advanced Mobile & Wireless Communications.




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I DiscreteTime Signals and Systems
1. DiscreteTime Signals: Basic Definition, Some Elementary DiscreteTime Signals (Unit Sample, Unit Step), Representation of Signals
II Frequency Domain Representation of DiscreteTime Signals and Systems
1. Fourier Transform of DiscreteTime Signals
III Sampling of ContinuousTime Signals
1. Periodic Sampling
IV The zTransform
1. Definition of zTransform
V Transform Analysis of Linear Time Invariant (LTI) Systems
1. Ideal Filter Characteristics
VI The Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT)
1. Definition of the Discrete Fourier Transform
VII. Implementation of DiscreteTime Systems
1. Block Diagram and Signal Flow Graph Representation
VIII Design of Digital Filters
1. Filter Specifications
IX Digital Signal Processors
1. Fundamentals of FixedPoint DSP Architecture: FixedPoint Representation of Numbers, Arithmetic Computation, Memory Accessing, Pipelining of Instructions
X DSP (DFT/IDFT) Applications in Mobile & Wireless Communications
1. Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM)




Computer Experiment I: Representation of Digital Signals and Linear Time Invariance System in Matlab


Learning Resources:  


A.V. Oppenheim, R.W. Schafer, J.R. Buck: DiscreteTime Signal Processing , 2 nd Edition, PrenticeHall, 1999




C. S. Burrus, James H. McClellan, C.Sidney, Alan V. Oppenheim, Thomas Parks, R.W. Schafer, H.W. Schuessler: ComputerBased Exercises for Signal Processing Using Matlab , PrenticeHall, 1994




IEEE Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing Magazine




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