This course can in short be called ``DSP revisited”. It is seen that even though DSP is taught as part of UG curriculum in all engineering colleges, often the concepts are not taught very well, leading to huge gaps in understanding of the basics. The purpose of this course is to provide a guided tour of the key issues of DSP where every effort will be made to reinforce the basic concepts involved. Towards this, many new aspects and interpretations will be presented that are usually not covered in books.
INTENDED AUDIENCE : Academic and Industrial Professionals Core Course UG & (PG students can take it as a refresher course) B.Tech/M.Tech
PREREQUISITES :None (some background in signals and systems might help though)
INDUSTRY SUPPORT :Industries working in communications, speech and audio processing, instrumentation etc.
Week 1:Discrete Time Signals and SystemsWeek 2:DTFT, Relation between DTFT and Analog Fourier TransformWeek 3:Rational Systems, Z-transform and Pole-Zero ModelsWeek 4:IIR Filter DesignWeek 5:FIR Filter Design, Filter StructuresWeek 6:Basics of Multirate Signal ProcessingWeek 7:Discrete Fourier Transform, Circular ConvolutionWeek 8:Fast Fourier Transform