Digital Signal Processing
The lecture treats fundamental concepts of digital signal processing.The lecture briefly reviews discrete-time signals and systems theory including sampling and reconstruction of analog signals. In the first part of the lecture, design principles for digital filters with a finite impulse response (FIR) and infinite impulse response (IIR) are covered. After a brief review of stochastic signal theory, in the second part, non-parametric and parametric methods for spectral analysis are taught.
- The DSP exam results have been released and can be accessed via TUCAN. Due to new privacy policies of the university, we are no longer allowed to publish the results at the SPG notice board. If you do not have a TUCAN account or are for any other reason not able to view your result, you have to ask for your mark at the secretary's office (S3 / 06 254) Please bring a valid ID!
- A printed version of the DSP manuscript in A5 booklet format will be sold for 2.50 EUR immediately after the first two lectures. After that, the manuscript will be sold by the HiWi in room 30 (“Neues Lernzentrum”, next to “Fachschaft ETIT”) .
Regarding the exam:
- The exam will be open-book, meaning you can bring in and use any written material (e.g. manuscript, tutorials, solutions, etc.). A non-programmable calculator is permitted, but no electronic devices with plotting capabilities.
- In the multiple choice part you get one point for each correct answer. We do not give negative points for wrong answers. So guessing might be smart if you don't know the answer.
- The exam of the winter term 2012/13 will be written on Monday 18th February 2013 at 13.00-16.00. The according lecture room(s) will be announced in time.
Wednesdays 14:25h – 16:05h (S3/06 051)|
Thursdays 14:25h – 15:10h (S3/06 051)
Tuesdays 16:15h – 17:55h (S3/06 51)|
Fridays 9:50h – 11:30h (S3/11 12)
Tuesday 14.00h – 17.00h (S3/06 252)|
Friday 14.00h – 17.00h (S3/19 7)
|Prerequisites||Deterministic signals and systems theory|
|Assessment||Written exam (100%)|