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ECE 201: Introduction to Signals and Systems

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Provides an introduction to key concepts for the description and analysis of signals and systems with an emphasis on discrete-time signals and systems. Specific topics include sinusoidal and complex exponential signals, sampling, spectrum representation of signals via DTFT and DFT, system properties, convolution, impulse response and frequency response. The associated computer lab provides opportunities to apply concepts to physical reality. Note: Students must register for both lecture and lab.

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Limited to 2 Attempts


Provides technically more rigorous introduction to problems and tools commonly encountered by electrical engineers. Introduces mathematical modeling of engineering problems and their solutions. Introduces standard software packages for electrical engineering as tools to simulate engineering problems on computer. Mathematical and computer models are related to physical reality provided by hands-on experiments.

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Hours of Lab or Studio per week: 2

When Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

Grade of C or better in MATH 113

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