MEL ZG 573

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The major objective of this course is to teach fundamentals of discrete time signals and discrete time systems followed by analysis of discrete time linear time invariant (LTI) systems. Further, it introduces Z-transform and its inverse and followed by their applications to the analysis of LTI systems.

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MEL ZG 573BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, PILANIWork Integrated Learning Programme DivisionCourse HandoutCourse No.: MEL ZG 573Course Title: Digital Signal processingInstructor : : 1. Scope and objective of the courseThe major objective of this course is to teach fundamentals of discrete time signals and discrete time systems followed by analysis of discrete time linear time invariant (LTI) systems. Further, it introduces Z-transform and its inverse and followed by their applications to the analysis of LTI systems. A framework for designing analog and digital filters (both FIR and IIR) is introduced starting with mapping of filter specifications from continuous Laplace transformation to Z-transform, structure realization based on Direct, Cascade, and Parallel forms, analysis of finite precision effects, and ultimately implementation and testing. An introduction to DFT followed by algorithms for its efficient computation (FFT) is given. Finally, a brief exposure for using the state-of-the-art DSP architectures for implementing the frequently encountered DSP algorithms: FIR/IIR Filtering and DFT is also provided. 2. Text Book (TB)Text Book: DSP: Principl

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