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Introduction to Digital Signal Processing

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    • Category : Engineering > Computer Science
    • Keyword : Signal ProcessingSamplingZ-TransformDiscrete-Time SystemFourier Transform
    • Taught by : Chaw Su
    • Created By : University of Technology(Myanmar)
    • Offered By : ASEAN Cyber University
    • Date Added : 2019.09.17

    To learn the fundamentals of digital signal processingTo describe a signal mathematicallyTo know the advantages of digital over analog signal processorTo represent the sampling theorem and understand the quantizer operationTo explain a number of important types of signalsTo classify the systems according to the general propertiesTo investigate some important properties of convolutionTo describe linear time-invariant systems by difference equationsTo analyze the signals and linear time-invariant (LTIsystems by using transform techniquesTo associate the knowledge of properties of ROC To evaluate the output of non-relaxed systemsTo analyze the frequency of signals and systemsTo analyze the characteristics of signals in the frequency domainTo perform spectral shaping or frequency-selective filtering.

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  • This material explains about the basic concept of digital signal processing, a signal mathematically, a system that performs an operation on a signal, the system by the type of operation.
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  • This material explains about the digital signal processor, its advantages and the multichannel, multidimensional signals and other diff
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  • This material explains about analog signals by digital means, sampling theorem and quantizer operation.
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  • This material explains about a number of important types of signals, the sampling process,and difference equations as an alternative method.
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  • This material explains about the characteristics of the system and the operation the block diagram representation and the systems according to the general properties.
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  • This material explains about the response of any relaxed linear system, some important properties of convolution,and the behavior or response of a linear system.
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  • This material explains about linear time-invariant systems by difference equations an explicit expression for the response, and the correlation between the two signals.
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  • This material explains about transform techniques, pole-zero patterns and the z-transform of a signal
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  • This material explains about the properties of Z-transform in the analysis of discrete time LTI systems, the knowledge of properties of ROC and the system function .
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  • This material explains about the significance of one-sided transform, and the output of non-relaxed systems.
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  • This material explains about mathematical representation for the frequency components and the effect of the system on any input signal.
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  • This material explains about the characteristics of signals in the frequency domain the spectral characteristics of aperiodic signals and the complexity of frequency analysis problems.
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  • This material explains about the characterization of LTI systems in the frequency domain the steady-state response of the system, and spectral shaping or frequency-selective filtering.
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