Introduction to Digital Signal Processing
Taught by George B.
- Saturday October 20, 10:00 - 13:00 Add to calendar
As a partial answer to the question “What do I do with my signals after I get them into my computer,” this course deals with filtering, spectral analysis, and correlation of discrete-time signals. Specific topics include FIR and IIR filters, filter realization forms, design of filters, the fast Fourier transform (FFT), convolution by using the FFT. Prerequisites: a good understanding of the algebra and geometry of complex numbers and trigonometric functions. The course will use some concepts from differential and integral calculus.
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