Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

# EE 322 Syllabus - Fall 2018

 Week 1 (20-24 AUG): Course Intro and Mathematical Review Topics: Complex Numbers, Simplifying Sums, Signals and Systems Intro, SSCI Pre-test Reference: OW 71, 73 Homework: HW01 (SOLUTIONS) (due 8/22), HW02 (SOLUTIONS) (due 8/24) Lab (Tue): Lab 01: Intro to MATLAB (due Tue. 8/28); Prelab assignment: Install MATLAB  Instructions for installing Google Drive File Stream. Notes: Quiz on Complex Numbers on Fri. 8/24 (no notes or calculator) (SOLUTIONS) Week 2 (27-31 AUG): Characterizing Signal Properties Topics: Continuous time vs. Discrete time, Signal Energy and Power, Periodic Signals, Basic Building Block Signals (sines and complex exponentials), Transformations of the Independent Variable, Sampling (in the Time Domain) Reference: OW 1-11,11-30,30-38 Homework: HW03 (SOLUTIONS) (due 8/29), HW04 (SOLUTIONS) (due 8/31), HW05 (SOLUTIONS) (due 9/5; 12.5% bonus if submitted on 9/4) Lab (Tue): Lab 02: Functions in MATLAB (due Tue. 9/4) Week 3 (03-07 SEP): Characterizing System Properties Topics: Causality, Invertibility, Stability, Time-Invariance, Linearity, LTI Systems Reference: OW 38-50, 50-57, 74-77 Homework: HW06 (SOLUTIONS) (due 9/7), HW07 (SOLUTIONS) (due 9/12; 12.5% bonus if submitted on 9/10) Lab (Tue): No Lab due to Monday holiday (Tuesday is a Monday schedule) Notes: Quiz on Signal Properties (Week 2 topics + Unit impulse) on Fri. 9/7 (Students may have one single-sided 8.5x11 equation sheet) (SOLUTIONS) Week 4 (10-14 SEP): Using the Convolution Sum to Characterize Discrete-Time LTI Systems Topics: Impulse Response, derive the Convolution Sum and determine methods to calculate Reference: OW 77-85 Homework: HW08 (SOLUTIONS) (due 9/14), HW09 (SOLUTIONS) (due 9/19; 12.5% bonus if early) Lab (Tue): Lab 03: Debugging in MATLAB (due Tue. 9/18) Week 5 (17-21 SEP): Using the Convolution Integral to Characterize Continuous-Time LTI Systems Topics: Intro to Convolution Integral (CT Systems), Evaluating the Convolution Integral, Rectangular Pulse function Reference: OW 90-103 Homework: HW10 (SOLUTIONS) (due 9/19), HW11 (SOLUTIONS) (due 9/21), HW12 (SOLUTIONS) (due MONDAY 9/24) Lab (Tue): Lab 04: The Impulse Response and Convolution in MATLAB (due WED. 9/26) Notes: Quiz on System Properties (Memory, Causality, Invertibility, Stability, Time-Invariance, Linearity) and DT convolution on Fri. 9/21 (Students may have one single-sided 8.5x11 equation sheet) (SOLUTIONS) Week 6 (24-28 SEP): Describing Systems with Diff. Equations and Block Diagrams Topics: Exam Review, System Properties (such as Invertibility, Stability, etc.) for LTI Systems, Differential and Difference Equations, Block Diagram representations Reference: OW 103-116, 116-127 Homework: HW13 (due 9/28), HW14 (due 10/3; 5% bonus if early) SOLUTIONS FOR HW 13 AND HW 14 Lab (Tue): EXAM 1 (Covering all material up through CT convolution) [Tuesday, Sept. 25] Students have may have 1 one-sided 8.5x11 handwritten equation sheet The exam will have a MATLAB portion and a written portion. Both portions of the exam will be based on the 6-week course objectives, which are posted on the front page of the website. For the MATLAB portion, students must work on their own laptop, and will only be able to access the MATLAB help and doc. Students may not access the internet or any other class materials except for the handwritten equation sheet. FALL 2018 SIX-WEEK EXAM SOLUTIONS TO FALL 2018 SIX-WEEK EXAM Week 7 (01-05 OCT): Representing Periodic Signals with Fourier Series Topics: LTI System Response to Complex Exponential, Fourier Series Representation of Periodic Signals, Convergence of Fourier Series, FS Properties Reference: OW 182-192, 192-202, 202-211 Homework: HW15  (SOLUTIONS) (due 10/3), HW16 (SOLUTIONS) (due 10/5), HW17 (SOLUTIONS) (due 10/10) Lab (Tue): Lab 05: Making Music with MATLAB (due Tue. 10/9) Week 8 (08-12 OCT): Representing Aperiodic Signals with Fourier Transform Topics: From Fourier Series to Fourier Transform, FT Properties, Evaluating FT Integral, Using FT Tables Reference: OW 284-290, 290-310 Homework: HW18 (SOLUTIONS) (due 10/12), HW19 (SOLUTIONS) (due 10/17; 12.5% bonus if early) Lab (Tue): Lab 06:  Analyzing Periodic Signals with Lab Equipment (due Tue. 10/16) Notes: Monday is a holiday (no schedule shift) Week 9 (15-19 OCT): Fourier Transform (cont.) and Filters Topics: FT Properties, Basic Filter Types (LPF, HPF, BPF, BRF), Determining Filter Response to Sinusoidal Input Reference: OW 310-325, 226-229, 231-239 Homework: HW20 (SOLUTIONS) (due 10/17), HW21 (SOLUTIONS) (due 10/19) Lab (Tue): Lab 07:  Fourier Transform in MATLAB (due Tue. 10/23) Notes: Quiz on Fourier Series on Monday 10/15 (Students may have one single-sided 8.5x11 equation sheet and will be provided with the p.206 properties) (SOLUTIONS) Week 10 (22-26 OCT): System Response in terms of Fourier Topics: System response in terms of Fourier Transform, using the convolution property Reference: 239-244, 330-331 Homework: HW22 (SOLUTIONS) (due 10/24), HW23 (SOLUTIONS) (due 10/26) Lab (Tue): Lab 08:  Filtering with Hardware (due Wed. 10/31) Notes: Quiz on Fourier Transform on Friday 10/26 [Material from Homework 18-22] (Students may have one single-sided 8.5x11 equation sheet and will be provided with Table 4.1 and 4.2) (SOLUTIONS) Week 11 (29OCT-02NOV): Relating System Descriptions Topics: Exam Review, Relating system equation to h(t) to H(jw), Bode Plots Reference: OW 423-439, 439-460 Homework: HW24 (SOLUTIONS) (due 11/02), HW25 (SOLUTIONS) (due 11/07; 12.5% bonus if early) Lab (Tue): EXAM 2 (See course objectives for covered material) [Tuesday, Oct. 30] The exam will have a MATLAB portion and a written portion. Both portions of the exam will be based on the course objectives, which are posted on the front page of the website. Students have may have 1 two-sided 8.5x11 handwritten equation sheet For the MATLAB portion, students must work on their own laptop, and will only be able to access the MATLAB help and doc. Students may not access the internet or any other class materials except for the handwritten equation sheet. FALL 2018 TWELVE-WEEK EXAM SOLUTIONS TO FALL 2018 TWELVE-WEEK EXAM Week 12 (05-09 NOV): Bode Plots (cont.), Fourier for DT Systems Topics: Bode Plots (cont.), Discrete Time Fourier Series (DTFS), Discrete Time Fourier Transform (DTFT) Reference: OW 211-226, 353-373 Homework: HW26 (SOLUTIONS) (due 11/09), HW27 (SOLUTIONS) (due FRI 11/16; 12.5% bonus if early) Lab (Tue): Lab 09:  Filtering and Bode Plots in MATLAB (due Wed. 11/14) Week 13 (12-16 NOV): DFT/FFT Topics: Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) for finite DT signals, Reference: OW 417-418 Homework: HW28 (SOLUTIONS) (due 11/16) Lab (Tue): No class for EE320 field trip Notes: Monday is a holiday (no schedule shift) Quiz on Bode Plots and DTFS on Friday 11/16 (Students may have one single-sided 8.5x11 equation sheet and will be provided with Table 5.1 and 5.2) (SOLUTIONS) Week 14 (19-23 NOV): Sampling (Freq. Domain perspective),Correspondence between Transforms Topics: Sampling Theorem, Sampling Effects in the Frequency Domain, Correspondence between DTFT, DFT, sampled CTFT, etc Reference: OW 513-534, 534-538 Homework: HW29 (SOLUTIONS) (due 11/21), HW30 SOLUTIONS (due 11/28; 12.5% bonus if early) Lab (Tue): Lab 10:  Classifying Sonar Signals with DFT/FFT (due Tue. 11/20) Notes: Thursday-Friday is Thanksgiving holiday Week 15 (26-30 NOV): Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation, Intro to Laplace Transform Topics: Amplitude Modulation (AM) definition and Transmission Techniques, Intro to Laplace Transform, Reference: OW 582-607, 654-662 Homework: HW31 (SOLUTIONS) (due 11/28), HW32 (SOLUTIONS) (due 11/30), HW33 (SOLUTIONS) (due 12/06; 12.5% bonus if early) Lab (Tue): Lab 11: Intro to Communications (AM) (due Tue. 12/04) Week 16 (03-07 DEC): Laplace Transform (cont.) and SSCI Post-test Topics: Laplace Transform Properties, Exam Review, SSCI Post-test Reference: OW  662-674 Homework: HW34 (SOLUTIONS) (due 12/06) Lab (Tue): SSCI Post-test and Course Evals FINAL EXAM INFO Saturday, 15DEC18, 1330-1630 Ri23 (1121) Ri24 (3321) FINAL EXAM is comprehensive, but weighted towards untested material (i.e. since the 12-week exam).  - The exam will be based on the objectives, which are listed on the link from the front page of the website (updated as of Monday Dec. 10) . - Students have may have 3 one-sided 8.5x11 handwritten equation sheets (or one two-sided equation sheet with one one-sided equation sheet) - Students will be provided with O&W Tables 3.1, 3.2, 4.1, 4.2, 5.1, 5.2, 9.1, 9.2 - The exam will be broken up as follows: (20 pts) MATLAB portion; (30 pts) multiple choice portion; (50 pts) written portion - For the MATLAB portion, students must work on their own laptop, and will only be able to access the MATLAB help and doc. - Students may not access the internet or any other class materials except for the handwritten equation sheets.