Digital Signal Processing and its Applications
The course begins with a discussion on Discrete Time signals and systems. This is followed by an introduction of the Z transform, its properties and system theoretic implications. The foundations of digital filter design and realization are built up. Practice Problems with solutions, summaries of each lecture and illustrative explanations of concepts are all additionally provided, to enhance learning.
INTENDED AUDIENCE :Third Year Undergraduates/ First Year Graduate (Masters’ Students)PREREQUISITES : It would help if they have an exposure to ‘Signals and Systems’, although this is not a strict pre-requisite.
INDUSTRIES SUPPORT :Texas Instruments, Analog Devices, Samsung, almost any industry which works in communication and signal processing would value this training, as a core discipline.