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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم Islamic University of Gaza Electrical Engineering Department. Signal & Linear Systems (EELE 3310). By Basil Hamed, Ph. D. Control Systems Engineering www.iugaza.edu/homes/bhamed http://site.iugaza.edu.ps/bhamed/. Course Syllabus. Islamic University of Gaza

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Islamic university of gaza electrical engineering department

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيمIslamic University of GazaElectrical Engineering Department


Signal linear systems eele 3310

Signal & Linear Systems(EELE 3310)

By

Basil Hamed, Ph. D.

Control Systems Engineering

www.iugaza.edu/homes/bhamed

http://site.iugaza.edu.ps/bhamed/


Course syllabus

Course Syllabus

Islamic University of Gaza

Faculty of Engineering

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Signal & Linear Systems (EELE 3310)

Pre-Requisite: Electric Circuits (EELE 2311, OR EELE 2312)

Instructor: Basil Hamed, Ph.D. Control Systems Engineering

Office: B228

e-mail: bhamed@ iugaza.edu

[email protected]

WebSite: http://site.iugaza.edu.ps/bhamed/

Phone: 2860700 Ext. 2874

Meeting: (Sat Mon Wed) 9:00-10:00 (L 512)

11:00-12:00 (K 501)


Course syllabus1

Course Syllabus

Course Description: Transform methods for solution of continuous- and discrete-time systems. Fourier and Laplace transform, Frequency response, Continuous- and discrete-time convolution. Linear systems analysis, Signal spectra: Fourier series; modulation schemes; sampling theorem; discrete-time signals; and transform; elements of the Z-transform.

Prerequisite: Electric Circuit II (EELE 2311,OR EELE 2312)

Corequisite: Differential Equations


Course syllabus2

Course Syllabus

Text Book:Linear Systems & Signals 2nd Ed. B.P. Lahti, 2005

References:

  • Continuous and Discrete Signals and Systems by S. Soliman & M. Srinath

  • Signals & Systems: R. Ziemer, W. Tranter & D. Fannin

  • Signals, Systems, and Transforms: Leland Jackson

  • Fundamentals of Signals and Systems: E. Kamen & B. Heck.

  • Signals and Systems, Haykin, and Van Veen

  • Signals and Systems, Third Edition by Chi-Tsong Chen, 2004

  • Computer Explorations in Signals and Systems, Buck, Daniel, and Singer.

    Teaching Assistant

    Eng. (Males)

    Eng. (Females)


Course syllabus3

Course Syllabus

Course Aim:

  • To introduce class participants to the basic concepts of signal and systems analysis as a fundamental analysis and design tool in electrical and computer engineering.

  • To develop an understanding the fundamental concepts and applications of continuous and discrete time systems. Analyze the behavior of each type using appropriate methods.

  • To develop an understanding of the time-domain and frequency-domain viewpoint and role of transforms.

  • To develop skills in the mechanics of Fourier, Laplace and Z-transforms, and the use of DFT.

  • To give students knowledge and ability of determining the stability of a system for both continuous and digital systems.

  • To provide the students an opportunity to apply the knowledge of above material in a practical (project) experience


Course syllabus4

Course Syllabus

Materials Covered:

  • Elementary Signals (Continuous & Digital) and their properties (Periodic vs. Aperiodic, Energy and Power signals), also other types of Signals are presented.

  • Continuous-Time Systems ( Linear and Nonlinear Systems, Time-varying and Time-Invariant Systems, Systems with and without Memory, Causal Systems, Invertibility and Inverse Systems, and stable Systems)

  • State-Variable Representation; State Equations, Time-Domain Solution of the State Equations, State Equations in First and Second Canonical Forms.

  • Fourier series: Definition, properties, alternate forms, and the application to circuit analysis.

  • Fourier transforms: Definition, properties, functional and operational transforms, inverse transforms, Perseval's theorem and their application to circuit analysis.

  • Laplace transforms: Definition, properties, functional and operational transforms, and inverse transforms. Circuit Analysis: Application of Laplace transforms to circuit analysis.

  • Z-transforms: Definition, properties, functional and operational transforms, and inverse transforms

  • Related topics: Transfer functions, impulse response, convolution, steady-state and transient analysis.


Course syllabus5

Course Syllabus

Grading System:

Homework 15 %

Quizzes 5 %

Mid term Exam (4/11/2012)11:00-12:30 30 %

Final Exam( 24 /12/2012) 11:30-1:3050 %

Quizzes: Will be given in the discussion by the T.A

Homework

Homework assignments are to be returned on time. No excuses will be accepted for any delay.

Office Hours

Open-door policy, by appointment or as posted.


Signals

Signals

LTI

System

+

H(z)

G(z)


Type of signals

Type of Signals

u[n]

  • Discrete

    u(t)

  • Continuous

1

n

-3

-2

-1

1

2

3


What is a system

What is a System?

  • System: Black box that takes input signal(s) and converts to output signal(s).

  • Discrete-Time System: y[n] = H[x[n]]

  • Continuous-Time System: y(t) = H(x(t))

x[n]

y[n]

H

x(t)

y(t)

H


Interconnection of systems

Interconnection of Systems

  • Feedback Connection: y(t) = H2( y(t) ) + H1( x(t) )

    • e.g. cruise control

  • Possible to have combinations of connections..

x(t)

y(t)

H1

+

H2


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