1. apply first order statistical methods (correlation techniques) to analyze and describe stochastic signals.|
2. explain the relation between time and frequency domain and can describe and use the basic properties of Fourier series and Fourier Transformation,
3. explain the difference between the continuous and discrete time and frequency domain and perform a discrete Fourier Transform and use z-transform techniques to solve a differential equation,
4. choose a correct digital sampling frequency and can design a FIR and IIR digital filter
In this course, your will improve your understanding and ability to manipulate signals by studying their frequency content as obtained from Fourier Analysis. In the course, Continuous Fourier Transform and its properties is introduced, including convolution and modulation. With the use of Discrete Fourier Transform digital signals can be analyzed. Digital Filtering and the z-transform are introduced as an introduction to Digital Signal Processing with emphasis on digital filtering.