Digital Signal Processing Lab

This practical enables students to apply skills learned in Digital Signal Processing. These include the design of digital FIR and IIR filters as well as non-parametric and parametric spectrum estimation. MATLAB is used to apply theoretical concepts and to demonstrate signal processing techniques by means of hands-on application examples. Students will make their own measurements. The course can be attended in parallel with or after the lecture Digital Signal Processing.

Announcements

  • The entire course is offered digitally in winter semester 2020. The course is maintained via moodle.
  • Please register via TUCaN prior to the first meeting. This will give you access to the moodle course.
  • The first meeting on November 03 2020 at 1.30 p.m. via Zoom is mandatory. The link to the Zoom meeting will be provided via moodle.
  • Note that this semester there will be no lab measurements. However, experimental data will be provided.

Course Overview

Practical Time Tuesdays, 1.30-4.05 p.m. (digitally via Zoom)
First Meeting (mandatory) November 03, 2020 at 1.30 p.m. via Zoom
(link will be provided via moodle)
Office Hours : Thursdays, 2-5 p.m.
Due to the current situation there will be only virtual office hours.
Please contact me via e-mail to arrange an virtual appointment.
Prerequisites Fundamentals of Signal Processing,
Digital Signal Processing (can be attended in parallel)
Language English
Format Practical course (P3), 6 credit points
Assessment Lab reports and a written exam