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.

Further information and material about this lecture can be found in moodle.

Course Overview

Cycle Winter term
Lecture Wednesday, 13:30 to 15:10
Thursday, 14:25 to 15:10
Tutorials Tuesday, 16:15 to 17:55
Friday, 9:50 to 11:30
Prerequisites Deterministic Signals and Systems
Language English
Format Lecture/Tutorial (L3+T1)
Material Provided through moodle
Assessment Written exam (100%), 180 minutes