Instructor: Kannan Ramchandran
Office hours: Monday 1:303pm (257
Cory)
Email: kannanr AT eecs DOT berkeley
DOT
edu
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in the subject line)
Assistant: Amy Ng, 253 Cory, x36633
TA: Hari Palaiyanur
Office hours: Wednesday 12pm (Cory 197)
Email: harigsi AT gmail DOT com
TA:
Office hours: Tuesday
Email: nielsgsi AT gmail DOT com
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problems with the webpage.
No late homeworks will be
accepted!
Matlab mfiles.
Homework 1 solutions
Homework 2 solutions
Homework 3 solutions
Problem 4 solution
Homework 4 solutions
Homework 5 solutions
Homework 6 solutions (Matlab corrected 4/1/05)
Problem 5 Matlab mfile
Homework 7 solutions
Homework 8 solutions
Homework 9 solutions
Homework 10 solutions
Homework 11 solutions
Lecture: MW
Section 101: M
Section 102: M
Section 103: W
Section 104: W
Note: You may attend any or all of the sections.
Quiz 1: February 16
Midterm 1: March 16
Quiz 2: April 20
Final Exam: Monday, May 16^{th}, 811am at 10 Evans
No. 
Date 
What we talk about 
Assigned 
1 
Jan 19 
Signals and Systems Elementary Properties 
LV Chapter 2; OWN Chapter 1 Handout 1 (System properties) 
2 
Jan 24 
LTI Systems in the time domain Convolution, Impulse response 

3 
Jan 26 
LTI System properties (cont'd ) 
OWN Chapter 2 
4 
Jan 31 
Summary and Outlook Some key examples of system analysis and system design (A frequency filter, and a multipath communication situation). Conclusion: We need Fourier representations. 
OWN Chapter 2 
5 
Feb 2 
Fourier Representations I Fourier Series 

6 
Feb 7 
DTFS (cont'd): · DTFS as a rotation of the coordinate system, that is, as a projection of the signal into a new coordinate system. · Parseval's
theorem, or why JPEG image compression works. 
OWN Section 3.7.3 
7 
Feb 9 
Fourier Representations II Fourier Transform
(cont'd): Using the properties (Parseval; Finding the inverse of a lowpass
filter; Modulation by a cosine) 

8 
Feb 14 
Fourier Representations III Discretetime Fourier Transform (cont'd) · Complex exponentials as eigenfunctions of LTI systems 

9 
Feb 16 
Sampling Direct approach Quiz 1 (end of class) 

 
Feb 21 
President's Day (no class) 

10 
Feb 23 
Sampling Impulse train sampling, Reconstruction, Nonideal sampling, Aliasing 

11 
Feb 28 
Sampling Discretetime processing of continuoustime
signals 

12 
March 2 
Sampling Subsampling of discretetime signals 

13 
March 7 
Sampling (cont) 

14 
March 9 
Communication Systems Pulse Amplitude Modulation, Digital Communications 
OWN Chapter 8 
15 
March 14 
Communication Systems Pulse Amplitude Modulation: Pulse design considerations. Uncertainty Principle. CodeDivision multiple access concept. 
OWN Chapter 8 
16 
March 16 
Communication Systems Frequency modulation. Discretetime modulation. Midterm (evening) 
OWN Chapters 18 
 
March 2125 
SPRING BREAK 

17 
March 28 
Control 

18 
March 30 


19 
April 4 


20 
April 6 

OWN Chapter 9: 9.7, 9.8, 9.4; Chapter 11: 11.1, 11.2.111.2.3, PID Tutorial 
21 
April 11 

OWN Chapter 9, Handout 3 (Bode Diagrams) 
22 
April 13 

OWN Chapter 11: 11.1, 11.2.111.2.3 
23 
April 18 
Z transform 
OWN Chapter 10 
24 
April 20 
Z transform LTI systems analysis; simple feedback systems 
OWN Chapter 10 
25 
April 25 
Catchup lecture 

26 
April 27 
Z transform Unilateral z Transform (difference equations) 
OWN Chapter 10 (10.9) 
27 
May 2 
Signal Processing Filter design 
OWN Sections 6.4, 9.7.5, 
28 
May 4 
Signal Processing for Communications Filter design; Wavelets and Filter Banks; OFDM principles 

29 
May 9 
Random Signals and Systems Principles 

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