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ELEC 3004/7312: Signals Systems & Controls!


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Course Information:

Online Resources: 

Laboratory (Practicals):

  1. Practical One: Introduction to the NEXYS II
  2. Practical Two: Sampling and Reconstruction
  3. Practical Three: Echo filters on the Nexys 2

 o    Preparation for Lab 3

o    Prac 2: Files (zip)

o    Lab 3 Reader and Instructions

o    Assessment: *** Lab 3 Report Assignment Guide ***  
DUE May 25

  1. Practical Four: IIR filtering on the Nexys 2

 

Assesments (Homeworks):

 

Out

Topic

Due Date

1

15-Mar

Signals & Systems (10%) 
Solutions

23-Mar

2

29-Mar

Fourier Transforms & Filters (10%)
Solutions

27-Apr
(1 week 
free extension)

3

14-May

Digial Controls (10%)
Solutions

25-May

Tutorials

  1. Tutorial 1 (Introduction to Signals)
  2. Tutorial 2 (Introduction to basic LTI tools of the Controls Toolbox in MATLAB)
  3. Tutorial 3 (Filter Design)
  4. Practice Quiz Posted
  5. Tutorial 9 Digital Controls

 

Supplemental Material:

Lectures:

Week

Date

Lecture Title

1

1-Mar

Overview
-- Lecture (#1)

2

5-Mar

Signals & Systems
-- Tutorial 1 (Introduction to Signals)
-- MATLAB Self-Guided Tutorial 
    (from Kamen and Heck, Fund. of Signals & Systems Using Matlab)
-- Lecture Slides (#2)
-- Overhead (freehand) Notes

Recommended Practise Set Problems:
Problems: 1, 5 + All evens
(From Chapter 1 of S&S)

Noteworthy lectures/web-links:
-- MIT OCW: Signals and Systems Part I and Part II
-- Stanford EE 102:
Signals

8-Mar

Sampling
-- Lecture (#3)
-- Audio (MP3 Format)

-- Figures from Chapter 7 of S&S that were mentioned during the lecture
(
NOTE:  The "triangle" in 7.4(b) is an arbitary signal
picked by Oppenheim as an example signal)


Recommended Practise Set Problems:
Problems: 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 9, 16, 17 (From Chapter 7 of S&S)

3

12-Mar

Laplace Transforms
-- Lecture Notes (#4)

15-Mar

LTI Systems & Lab 1 Reveiw
-- Lecture Notes (#5)
-- Audio (MP3 Format)

Recommended Practise Set Problems:
Problems: 1, 3, 7 (From
Chapter 2 of S&S)

4

19-Mar

Convolution & Discrete Fourier Series
-- Lecture Notes (#6)

22-Mar

Fourier Transform
-- Lecture Notes (#7)
-- Audio (MP3 Format)

5

26-Mar

Fourier Transform Operations
 -- Lecture Notes (#8)

29-Mar

Applications: DFFT and DCT
--
Lecture Notes (#9)

6

2-Apr

Quiz 1 (10%)

5-Apr

Filters:
-- Lecture Notes(#10)

7

16-Apr

FIR Filters:
-- Lecture Notes (#11)
-- Lecture Notes (#12)

19-Apr

Filters

8

23-Apr

Filters

--Lecture Notes (#13)

26-Apr

Multirate Filters

--Lecture Notes (#14), LectureNotes (#15)

9

30-Apr

IIR Filters
--Lecture Notes(#16)

3-May

Multirate Filters
Data Acquisition & Interpolation & Noise  (extra materials)

10

7-May

Holiday

10-May

Quiz 2 (10%)   --- Practice Quiz Posted ---

11

14-May

 

Digital Systems & The z-Transform

17-May

 

Design of Digital Compensators

 

12

21-May

 

Digital Design Practice

 

24-May

 

Digital Control Review

 

13

28-May

 

The Glory Of Digital Control:
State-space, Controllability, Observation, Estimation, Kalman
Filters & GPS

31-May

 

Final Lecture:
Overview of Systems, Filters, and Control -- Applications in Industry

  

Textbook:

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Signals and Systems (2nd Edition)
Alan V. Oppenheim and Alan S. Willsky (with S. Hamid)



ISBN: 0138147574
[BibTeX]

 

@book{bk.0138147574,
Author = {Alan V. Oppenheim and Alan S. Willsky and with S. Hamid},
Title = {Signals and Systems (2nd Edition)},
Publisher = {Prentice Hall},
Year = {1996},
ISBN = {0138147574}}

 

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General Course Information:

1.      Courses & Program Page

2.      Course Profile

3.      UQ My SiNet for ELEC3004

4.      Student Learning Outcomes: On completion of this unit of study, students should be able to:

·         Understand a linear system

·         Fundamentally describe a signal from said system

·         Use digitial logic to process said signal including filtering it and actively controlling it

·         Apply these processes to multi-dimensional systems (temporal signals, images, etc.)

 


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