EE421G Signals and Systems I  Spring Semester 1998
Instructor: Dr. K. D. Donohue 
Phone: 6062574004 
Email: donohue@engr.uky.edu 
Office: 453 Anderson Hall 
Hours: Tue. and Thur. 24 pm 

Instructor: Dr. W. T. Smith 
Phone: 6062571009 
Email: bsmith@engr.uky.edu 
Office: 695 Anderson Hall 
Hours: TBA 

Teaching Assistants: 
Keith Loiselle / Yusuf Matcheswala 
Email: TBA 
Office: TBA 
Hours: TBA 

Expected Student Outcomes:
A student who has successfully completed this course should be able to:
Text: Linear Systems and Signals, by B.P. Lathi, BerkeleyCambridge Press, 1992
Probability, Random Variables, and Random Signal Principles, 3^{rd} edition, by P. Z. Peebles, McGraw Hill, 1993
(optional) Mastering Matlab, by D. Hanselman, and B. Littlefield, 1996
Grading Policy: Your grade will be based on:
10 quizzes for 70%
1 final exam (signals and systems) for 15%
1 final exam (probability) for 15%
Tentative Course Schedule EE421G


Unit 
Dates 
Text Sections 
Topics 
Homework 
1 
115 
Lathi 
Review Complex Numbers, Sinusoids, Sketching Signals, Matlab 
Try examples in text on your own 
2 
120, 22 
Lathi 1.1  1.3 
System Definition and Differential Equation Representations.(Quiz 1) 
1.21,31,32,33,35 
3 
127, 29 
Lathi 2.1 2.3 
System Response, Impulse Function and Response. (Quiz 2) 
2.21, 22, 26, 34, 35, 36, 38 
4 
23, 5 
Lathi 2.42.7 
Convolution, Stability, Time Constants (Quiz 3) 
2.44, 49, 412, 413, 51, 61, 71,72,C23 
5 
210,12 
Lathi 6.16.2 
Fourier Series Analysis (Quiz 4) 
6.11, 12, 22, 23,26, 27 
6 
217,19 
Lathi 7.17.3 
Fourier Transform Analysis (Quiz 5) 
7.13, 15, 16, 31, 32, 33, C71 
7 
224,26 
Lathi 7.47.8 
Fourier Transform Properties, and applications 
7.4.2, 44, 46, 48, 410, 91, 92 
8 
33,5 
(Signals and System Final Exam) 


915 
Through 430 
Peebles 
Probability, Random Variables and Processes 
TBA 
57 
Final Exam RM 213 KAS 10:30am  12:00 noon 