Course Name

    ET 2004 – Continuous Time Signal Processing

  1. Instructors Information

    Irma Zakia, Radio Telecommunication & Microwave Laboratory, Tel: +62222501661, email: irma.zakia@gmail.com

  1. Prerequisites:

    Course Prerequisite: ET 2003 Electrical Circuit

  1. Instructor Assistance

    Monday 9:00-12.00 (by appointment)

  1. Class Hours

    Monday 13:00-15:00

    Thursday 12:00-14:00

 

  1. Text Book(s)

    Alan V. Oppenheim, Alan S. Willsky, with S. Hamid, Signals and Systems, 2nd edition, Prentice-Hall, 1996.

    Simon Haykin, Barry Van Veen, Signals and Systems, 2nd edition, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2004

 

  1. Course Description

    This course presents basic concepts of continuous-time signals and systems, where the latter is emphasized on Linear Time Invariant (LTI) systems. The signals and systems are represented in time and frequency domains, where those domains are related through the Fourier series, Fourier transform, and Laplace transform. The basic concepts of signals and systems are applied to solve engineering problems in communications, to design analog filters, and to understand briefly the concept of analog linear feedback systems.

    1. Specific Goal for the Course

      1. Course Learning objectivesAfter successfully completing the course, the students will be able to
        • Comprehensive understanding the concept of continuous-time signals and systems.
        • Ability to understand LTI systems and analyze the relation between input and output through impulse response, convolution integral and differential equation.
        • Comprehensive understanding of the Fourier series representation of signals
        • Demonstrate understanding the transformation of signals and systems in the time domain to frequency domain, vice versa, through Fourier transform and Laplace transform
        • Ability to solve engineering problems in communications by using Fourier transform and Laplace transform, with emphasis on filtering, modulation, and electrical circuit response
        • Ability to design analog filters based on given specifications
        • Ability to understand briefly the concept of analog linear feedback systems
      2. Relationship of course to student outcomesThe course supports student outcomes 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 and 11 as required by ABET Criterion 3 of EAC (Engineering Accreditation Commission)Outcome 1: apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering [ABET Criterion 3 a].Outcome 2: design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data [ABET Criterion 3 b].Outcome 4: an ability to work in a team [ABET Criterion 3 d].Outcome 5: identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems [ABET Criterion 3 e].Outcome 7: an ability to communicate effectively [ABET Criterion 3 g].Outcome 11: Use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice [ABET Criterion 3 k].
    2.  Brief List of Topics to be Covered

      • Continuous-time signals
      • Continuous-time systems
      • Fourier series
      • Continuous-time Fourier transform
      • Laplace transform
      • Introduction to analog filters
      • Introduction to analog feedback systems
    3.  Tentative Class Schedule and Topics

      Topics HW/Quiz Reading Textbook
      Wk 1- August 22 Continuous-time signals Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 1- August 24 Continuous-time signals Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 2 – August 28 Continuous-time signals Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 2 – August 31 Continuous-time systems Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 3 – September 4 Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 3 – September 7 Continuous-time systems HW1 Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 4 – September 11 Continuous-time systems Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 4 – September 12 (Tuesday, 9531) Continuous-time signals and systems Quiz 1 + solution Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 4 – September 14 Fourier series Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 5 – September 18 Fourier series Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 5 – September 21 Libur Tahun Baru Islam   Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 6 – September 25 Fourier series   Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 6 – September 26 (Tuesday, 9531) Fourier series Quiz 2 +

      solution

      Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 6 – September 28 Continuous-time Fourier transform   Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk  7 – October 2 Continuous-time Fourier transform Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk  7 – October 5 Continuous-time Fourier transform Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk  8– October 9 Continuous-time Fourier transform Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk  8– October 10

      (Tuesday, 9531)

      Continuous-time Fourier transform Quiz 3+

      Solution

      Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk  8– October 12  Laplace Transform Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk  9– October 16 Laplace transform Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk  9– October 17

      (Tuesday, 9531)

      Mid-term exam Mid-term exam Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk  9– October 19 Laplace transform   Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 10 – October 23 Laplace transform Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 10 – October 26 Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 11 – October 30 Laplace transform Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 11 – November 2 Laplace transform Quiz 4 Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 12 –  November 7 Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 12 –  November 9 Introduction to analog filters   Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 13 – November 13 Introduction to analog filters Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 13 – November 16 Introduction to analog filters HW 2 Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 14 – November 20 Introduction to analog feedback systems Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 14 – November 21 (Tuesday, 9531) Introduction to analog filters Quiz 5

      + solution

      Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 14 – November 23 Introduction to analog feedback systems   Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 15 – November 27 Introduction to analog feedback systems   Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 15 – November 28 (Tuesday, 9531) Introduction to analog feedback systems Quiz 6

      + solution

      Oppenheim, Haykin
      Wk 15 – November 30 Tentative Schedule   Oppenheim, Haykin

*: possible 1 hour extension

  1. Grading Policy:

    In order to pass this course, each student must pass all modules in laboratory experiment. Having passed the laboratory experiments, the final grade consists of the following:

    Laboratory 15%
    Quizzes 20%
    Homework 5 %
    Mid-Exam 25%
    Final Exam 35%
    Letter Grades Marks
    A ≥78
    AB 73→ <78
    B 68→ <73
    BC 58 → <68
    C 48→ <58
    D 38→ <48
    E <38
  1. Course Policies

    • Gadgets (smartphone, tablets, laptop) are not allowed during class.
    • Attendance does not influence the final grade. However, students are encourage to attend at least 80% of class hours.
    • Excused students who miss quizzes are granted to have a replacement schedule at the end of the semester. It is not guarantee that the test material is dedicated to a specific chapter only.
    • Students who miss quizzes, exams, and/or laboratory are required to ask for a reschedule by giving formal excuse such as doctor’s certificate, permit letter from authorized person (e.g. Kaprodi), etc.
    • During evaluation (e.g quizzes, exams, individual assignments, laboratory) you are expected to comply with professional honesty. Any breach of integrity will be taken seriously and reported to the appropriate higher authority.
    • Unexcused tardiness of more than 15 minutes will count as an absence, except during quizzes and exams.
  2. Ethics of a Students as Community Member

    According to the Student Ethics at the Institut Teknologi Bandung chapter II first part article 3 that students of ITB must be able to manifest the spirit of upholding academic and professional honesty and integrity by restraining from dishonest and unfair acts in any form, both inside and outside of the campuses.

  3. Laboratory Works
    Module 1 is available upon requestModule 2 is available upon requestModule 3 is available upon request
Section 1
Final Quiz