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IT 403 Signals and Systems

Course Objectives
To be familiar with the Time and Frequency domain analysis of continuous and discrete signals, To study the behavior of Linear Time Invariant System. Laplace transforms, properties and Transient Analysis of the System To be familiar with sampling, digitization and Reconstruction of Analog Signals To be familiar with Random signals, properties, auto and cross-correlation,, power spectral density Topics covered Lecture Hours Definition, classification and 6 hours representation of Signals, Energy and power of signals, Signal operations, Signals and Vectors, Component of a signal, Orthogonality in complex signals, Signal representation by orthogonal signal set Books 1.Linear Systems and Signals: B. P. Lathi 2. Signals & Systems: Oppenheim, Willsky and Nawab

Lecture Lecture 1, Lecture 2 And Lecture 3

Lecture 4

System, properties of 2 hours systems, memory, invertibility, time invariance, linearity

Signals and Systems: S. Haykin And B. V. Veen

Lecture 5

Orthogonal Signal Space, 2 hours Parsevals theorem, Trigonometric Fourier series, Exponential Fourier series, Line spectra

1.Linear Systems and Signals: B. P. Lathi

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Lecture 6 & Lecture 7

Frequency domain 4 hours description of Aperiodic signal, Fourier Transform and its properties, concept of bandwidth for signals and systems, Concept of Autocorrelation and crosscorrelation, Power and Energy spectral density,

1.Linear Systems and Signals: B. P. Lathi 2. Signals and Systems: S. Haykin And B. V. Veen

Lecture 8 & Lecture 9

Linear Time Invariant System, time and frequency domain description, impulse response and transfer function,, Signal transmission through a linear system, distortionless transmission, ideal and practical filter

4 hours

1.Linear Systems and Signals: B. P. Lathi 2. Signals and Systems: S. Haykin And B. V. Veen

Lecture 10 & Lecture 11

Lecture 12

Laplace Transform, 4 hours properties, initial and final value theorem, System analysis using Laplace transform, Comparison of Fourier and Laplace transform on signal & system analysis 2 hours Sampling, digitization and reconstruction of analog signals, ideal and natural sampling, aliasing effect Basics of Prabability, 8 hours Random variable, Mean square of the quantization error in PCM, Mean square

1.Linear Systems and Signals: B. P. Lathi 2.Signals and Linear Systems: R. A. Gabel R. A. Roberts 1.Linear Systems and Signals: B. P. Lathi Borth 1)Modern Digital and Analog Communication: B. P. Lathi

Lecture 13

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Lecturer 14, Lecture 15, Lecture 16 Lecture 17 & Lecture 18

error of channel noise in PCM Random process, specification of random processes, stationary and non-stationary random processes, Ergodic process Autocorrelation function and 4 hours its properties, Crosscorrelation function, power spectral density and power of random process

2) Communication Systems: S. Haykin

1)Modern Digital and Analog Communication: B. P. Lathi 2) Communication Systems: S. Haykin

Lecture 19, Lecture 20, ( Beyond syllabus)

Transmission of random 4 hours processes through linear system, Gaussian random process: jointly Gaussian random variables,, stationary Gaussian random process, transmission of Gaussian random process through linear system

1)Modern Digital and Analog Communication: B. P. Lathi 2) Communication Systems: S. Haykin