Digital Signal Processing Lab

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