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EE123: Digital Signal Processing

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Spring, 2018!

*** IMPORTANT *** If you wish to earn credit for ham radio licensing, consider taking EE198-13 Quick intro to Amateur Radio

Course Description

Catalog Description: (4 units) Discrete time signals and systems: Fourier and Z transforms, DFT, 2-dimensional versions. Digital signal processing topics: flow graphs, realizations, FFT, quantization effects, linear prediction. Digital filter design methods: windowing, frequency sampling, S-to-Z methods, frequency-transformation methods, optimization methods, 2-dimensional filter design.

Prerequisites: EECS 120, or instructor permission.

Course objectives: To develop skills for analyzing and synthesizing algorithms and systems that process discrete time signals, with emphasis on realization and implementation.

Why should you care? Digital signal processing is one of the most important and useful tools an electrical engineer could have. It impacts all modern aspects of life and sciences; from communication, entertainment to health and economics.

Instructor

Office Hours

  • TBD

GSIs

Class Time and Location

  • MWF 9a-10 155 Donner

GSI Section

  • F 10a-11, 155 Donner

Labs

  • M 10a-11a Cory 105

  • W 10a-11a Cory 105

  • W 11a-12a Cory 105

Text

″Discrete Time Signal Processing,″ by A.V. Oppenheim and R.W. Schafer, Prentice Hall, Third Edition. Book Store Link

Additional Material

“Wavelets and Subband Coding” By Martin Vetterli and Jelena Kovacevic. Freely available here.

“Foundation of Signal Processing” and “Fourier and Wavelet Signal Processing” By Martin Vetterli, Jelena Kovacevic and Vivek Goyal version freely available Here

Technician Ham Radio License Manual 21$ Amazon

Continued from last year - HAM radio and Software Defined Radio Labs and Project


It was discovered by Eric Fry that DVB-T dongles based on the Realtek RTL2832U can be used as cheap Software Defined Radios (SDR). Basically the chip allows the transfer of raw samples to a host computer. The samples can then be used to digitally demodulate and process almost anything that is transmitted between 27-1700Mhz!

Several homeworks/Labs will use the SDR. Each student in the class will receive a dongle and will be able to experiment with its capabilities. The final project will also be based on SDR. Several possibilities are writing an FM receiver, digital radio receiver, Police scanner, GPS receiver, NOAA weather alert receiver or satelite imagery and more.

In addition, each student will get a Baofeng UV-5r hand held radio. This will be used in Labs and the final project in the class. Every student in the class will take a HAM radio licensing exam, and be licensed by the FCC to operate the radios.

If you wish to earn credit for ham radio licensing, consider taking EE198-13 Quick intro to Amateur Radio

Resources:

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Tentative Course outline:
A list of the topics that will be covered is given Here, in the order that they will be covered This may change based on time.

  • Review of discrete-time signals and systems, Discrete-Time Fourier Transform (DTFT), z-Transform (Chapters 2 and 3); digital filter structures (Chapter 6)

  • Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) and Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) (Chapters 8 and 9)

  • Wavelets

  • Sampling and quantization, finite word length effects (Chapters 4 and 6)

  • Frequency response of LTI systems (Chapter 5) and filter design techniques (Chapter 7)

  • 2D signal processing – Tomography

  • Compressive Sampling

Approximate Grading distribution:

  • Homework: (Weekly) 15%

  • Labs: 15%

  • Midterm 1: 2/23rd, in class + section (25%)

  • Midterm 2: 4/6th, in class + section (25%)

  • Project: (20%)

Homework Instruction:

  • Weekly assignments consisting of problem sets. In addition there will be about 4-6 laboratories consisting of programming using ipython notebook.

  • Homework will be assigned each Friday and due the next Friday 11:59pm.

  • Homework submission will be in digital form through gradescope. Here's a mbox{LaTeX} template Miki_Lustig_hw01_sol.tex that produces this output after compilation. Scanners are available in the instructional lab.

  • No late hw without prior consent from the instructor.Submission is time-stamped!

  • Homework will be self graded. Self grading is due Monday 11:59pm following posting of the solutions.

Project: TBD

Labs:

  • Lab 0
    Due January 26th.

Homework:

Lecture Notes:

  • Lecture Notes for 01/19/18, Introduction, can be downloaded in color

  • Lecture Notes for 01/19/18, D.T. Systems, can be downloaded in color. Read OS, Ch. 2, 2.0-2.5

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