EE 422G SIGNALS & SYSTEMS II
Fall 2004

Instructor: YuMing Zhang, 210E CRMS Building. Phone: 257-6262 Ext. 223.  Email: ymzhang@engr.uky.edu   Website: www.engr.uky.edu/~ymzhang

 

Teaching Assistant: Gohar Saeed, Email: gmsaee0@uky.edu     Quiz and HW Grades

 

Text: Ziemer, Tranter, Fannin, Signals & Systems: Continuous and Discrete Fourth Edition, Prentice Hall, 1998

 

Office Hour: 1-2 p.m., Monday-Friday.

 

Course Website: www.engr.uky.edu/~ymzhang/EE422/EE422.html

 

Coverage:

 

1.       Unit One (Chapters 5 & 6): Laplace Transform, Applications of the Laplace Transform        

Laplace Transform
Applications of the Laplace Transform  

Review One

      

      Test 1: Wednesday, September 29   Test 1 Grade

 

1.       Unit Two (Chapters 7&8): State-Variable Techniques, Discrete-Time Signals and Systems                                     

State-Variable Techniques
Discrete-Time Signals and Systems  

Review Two   Review Two Solutions

 

Test 2: Monday, Nov. 15  Test 2 Grade

 

2.       Unit Three (Chapters 9&10): Analysis and Design of Digital Filters, Discrete Fourier Transform and Fast Fourier Transform Algorithms

Analysis and Design of Digital Filters

The Discrete Fourier Transform and Fast Fourier Transform Algorithms 

Review Three  
 

        Test 3: 10:30 a.m. on Monday, 12/13/2004 Test 3 Grade

        Final Comprehensive: 11:30 a.m. on Monday, 12/13/2004.  It can be bypassed with 10 points if a perfect attendance record is maintained.

 

Final Grade

 

 

Grading:

 

Assignment/Test

Points

HW/Quiz

15

Test 1

25

Test 2

25

Test 3

25

Final Comprehensive

10

Total

100

 

 

Outcomes:

 

Upon completion of this course students should demonstrate the ability to:

 

1.      Analyze discrete-time signals with the (discrete) Fast Fourier transform.

2.      Analyze discrete-time systems with the difference equations and Z-transforms.

3.      Characterize input-output relationships of linear time-invariant discrete-time systems using impulse responses, transfer functions, and state-variable representations.

4.      Analyze linear continuous-time systems with the Laplace transforms and solve their state-equations.

5.      Design basic digital filters and feedback control systems.