EETE3110 - SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
EETE 3110 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS 3 Credit Hours
Prerequisites EETE 2210
Goal To provide the students with a basic understanding of the fundamentals of signals and systems so as to create a strong foundation in the field of signal processing
ObjectivesOutcomes
This course should enable the student to:

  1. Know how to deal with continuous time signals and systems.
  2. Know how to deal with discrete time signals and systems.
  3. Learn Continuous Time Fourier series and Continuous Time Fourier transforms.
  4. Learn Discrete Time Fourier series and Discrete Time Fourier transforms.
  5. Grasp Laplace Transform and its applications.
  6. Grasp Z Transform and its applications.
  7. Study the structure and stability of continuous time and discrete time systems.
A student who completes the course should be able to:

  1. Classify continuous time and discrete time signals and systems.
  2. Represent continuous time and discrete time signals in the frequency domain.
  3. Learn Fourier, Laplace and Z transforms and their properties and apply them to practical situations.
  4. Understand the concept of representation of Systems using linear constant coefficient difference and differential equations.
  5. Study Linear Time Invariant Systems in the time domain using impulse response and convolution concepts.
  6. Analyze Continuous time Linear Time invariant systems in the s-domain.
  7. Analyze Discrete time Linear Time invariant systems in the z-domain.
  8. Understand the concept of Transfer Function and Frequency response of systems.
  9. Appreciate the stability of systems.