Introduction to Signal Processing

(2,2) 3 or (2,2

The course introduces the mathematical modeling techniques used in the design and analysis of analog and digital signal processing systems. Topics include phasor representation of sinusoidal signals, analog signal processing techniques, spectral representations, frequency response, filtering and the Fourier transforms. The 4-credit version of the course also includes digital signal processing techniques and the Z transform. The 3-credit version of the course does not count toward a major in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering. Prerequisites: MATH152 and EGNR140.

Source: Academic Catalog 2011-12