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Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

EE-432: Digital Signal Processing

Course Description

Digital signal processing principles are studied and applied to modern radar, sonar, and communication systems. The DFT is introduced, its properties are explored and the FFT algorithm is developed. Discrete correlation, convolution, spectral analysis, matched filter detection problems, complex demodulation techniques, the Z transform, and stability of discrete systems are explored. Properties of FIR and IIR digital filters are studied. Digital filters are designed and applied to random and deterministic signals

Credits: 3-2-4

Prerequisites:

EE322 (Signals and Systems),  EE332 (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING II) or approval of department chair.

Course Materials

Text Book: Discrete Time Signal Processing, 3rd edition, Alan V. Oppenheim and Ronald W. Schafer, Pearson, 2010.

Course Lectures, Lab Assignments, Homework Assignments, etc. are available via the USNA Blackboard website.

Contact Professor: 

Telephone: (410) 293-6186
Email: tedesso@usna.edu

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