Department of Engineering

ELE 486

Digital Signal Processing

Course Description: Basic principles of processing digital signals. Sampling and quantization. Time and frequency domain representation and analysis of discrete-time signals and systems. FIR and IIR systems. Digital filter design; review of classic analog filter design (Butterworth, Chebychev). Quantization and finite-precision effects. DSP hardware. Computers will be used to design and realize various signal processors.

Curriculum: Required for electrical engineering
Prerequisites: COS 160, ELE 314
Instructors: Mariusz Jankowski 
Delivery: Lecture 3 hrs., Lab 1 hr.
Frequency: Spring, even year (see the Course Offering Plan)
Credits: 3