Introductory subject for many areas like digital communications, measurements, acoustics, multimedia technology and other signal processing related specializations. Description of continuous and discrete time domain signals. Frequency analysis of general signals. System characteristics. Signal sampling. Band pass signals, analytic signal, complex envelope. Basic analog and digital modulation schemes. Introduction to random variables and stochastic processes.
|Prerequisities and preliminary requirements for the course:|
Good knowledge of general calculus (differentiation, integration) and electronic circuit theory is expected.
|Feb 22, 2011||The obligatory safety training will be held in the room T2:C3-51 on March 2 (Wed), 9:15 - 12:00. The training is compulsory for the regular students (not Erasmus / Exchange students) or for students attending laboratory exercises (not only computer labs as in XE37SAS/AE2B99SAS) at our faculty. For additional information, please contact Prof. Jan Machac (email@example.com). Before completing the training, please register the subject called Safety in Electrical Engineering (AE2B17BP2 - for bachelor study, AE2M17BP3 - master study) at the study department. After the training you will earn the assessment which will be signed by the lecturer in your study records. If you attend only seminars in computer labs (as in XE37SAS/AE2B99SAS) and you are Erasmus / Exchange student, the training is not necessary for you.|
|Feb 14, 2011||The XE37SAS course is lectured jointly with AE2B99SAS (Signals and Systems) course.|
For additional information please contact Karel Fliegel (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Study materials and other course resources can be found at http://moodle.kme.fel.cvut.cz/
|Feb 13, 2011||The first lecture will be held in the room No. T2:C3-434, February 15 (Tue), 9:15.|