EE 322 Syllabus  Fall 2017 (revised 27OCT17)
Lecture No.

Reading

Topics

Assignment

Week 1 (21 AUG) 

1 
OW 71 
Course Overview/Review of Complex Numbers 
HW 01 (solutions) 
2 
OW 73

Mathematical Review/SSCI Pretest 

Lab 
E 1652 
Lab 01: Intro to MATLAB NOTE: Due to the internet outage, this lab will be completed during Friday and Monday lecture periods 

3 
OW 111 
Signals and Systems Introduction Quiz on complex numbers 

Week 2 (28 AUG) 

4 
OW 1130 
Representing Signals Mathematically I 
HW 04 (solutions) 
5 
OW 3038 
Representing Signals Mathematically II


Lab 
E 5692  
6 
OW 3038 
Representing Signals Mathematically II (cont.) Heavy skimming quiz on Lesson 6 reading (i.e. OW 3850) 
No homework 
Week 3 (04 SEP) 

 
 
HOLIDAY—LABOR DAY 
 
7 (Tue) 
OW 3850  Basic Continuous and DiscreteTime System Properties  HW 07 (solutions) 
8 
 
System properties (cont.) and plotting/control structures in MATLAB 
HW 08 (solutions) 
Lab 
Lab 03: MATLAB Debugging  
9 
OW 5057; 7477 
Linear TimeInvariant Systems Quiz on lessons 35 (O&W p. 138); students may have one singlesided 8.5x11 handwritten equation sheet 

Week 4 (11 SEP) 

10 
OW 7785  Convolution Sum  HW 10 (solutions) 
11 
OW 7785  Convolution Sum (cont.)  HW 11 (solutions) 
Lab 
  Lab 04: DTMF Signal Generation (software)  LB 04 
12 
OW 90103  Convolution Integral I  HW 12 (solutions) 
Week 5 (18 SEP) 

13 
OW 90103 
Convolution Integral II 
No HW: study for quiz 
14 
OW 90103 
Convolution Integral III 
HW 14 (solutions) 
Lab 
 
Lab 05: DTMF Control Box Quiz on lessons 7,9,10 (O&W p. 3857,7475); students may have one singlesided 8.5x11 handwritten equation sheet 

15 
OW 103116  Properties of LTI Systems  HW 15 (solutions) 
Week 6 (25 SEP) 

16 
OW 116127 
LCC Differential and Difference Equations and Block System Diagrams 
No Homework 
17 
 
Exam Review  HW 17: Study! 
Lab 
 
EXAM 1 (Covering lessons 115)  Students have may have 1 onesided 8.5x11 handwritten equation sheet  The exam will have a MATLAB portion (based on objectives from lesson 8) and a 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 sheet.  The exam will be based on the objectives, which are listed on the link from the front page of the website. 
 
18 
OW 182192 
LCC Block diagrams; Intro to Fourier Series (Lab 05 due at the beginning of class) 
HW 18 (solutions) 
Week 7 (02 OCT) 

19 
OW 182192  Fourier Series (cont.)  HW 19 (solutions) 
20 
OW 202211  ContinuousTime Fourier Series Properties  HW 20 (solutions) 
Lab 
  Lab 06: Music Synthesis  LB 06 
21 
OW 202211  ContinuousTime Fourier Series Properties  HW 21 (solutions) 
Week 8 (09 OCT) 

 
 
HOLIDAY—COLUMBUS DAY 
 
22 
OW 290310 
ContinuousTime Fourier Transform 
No Homework 
Lab 
  Lab 07: ContinuousTime Fourier Series  LB 07 
23 
OW 310325 
ContinuousTime Fourier Transform (cont.) Quiz on Fourier Series (Lessons 1921); students may have a onesided equation sheet; Table 3.1 will be provided (solutions) 
HW 23 (solutions) 
Week 9 (16 OCT) 

24 
OW 310325 
ContinuousTime Fourier Transform (cont.) 
HW 24 (solutions) 
25 
OW 239244; 330331 
Fourier Transform Properties, and Intro to Filters 
HW 25 (solutions) 
Lab 
  Class Exercise: Fourier Worksheet  EX 01 (solutions) 
26 
OW 226229; 231239  Filters I (Passive Filters)  HW 26 (solutions) 
Week 10 (23 OCT) 

27 
OW 226229; 231239  Filters (cont.)   
28 
OW 239244; 330331  Filters (cont.)  HW 27 (solutions) 
Lab 
  Lab 08: Filtering in Hardware  LB 08 
29 
 
Catchup Day (Instructor's Choice) Quiz on Fourier Transform (Lessons 2326); students may have a onesided equation sheet; Tables 4.1 and 4.2 will be provided 
 
Week 11 (30 OCT) 

30 
OW 423439 
Bode Plots 
 
31 
  Exam 2 Review   
Lab 
 
EXAM 2 (Covering 12week objectives listed on the main page of the website)  Students have may have 1 onesided 8.5x11 handwritten equation sheet  Students will be provided with O&W Tables 3.1, 4.1, 4.2  The exam will have a MATLAB portion (based on objectives from lesson 21, 2425) and a 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 sheet.  The exam will be based on the objectives, which are listed on the link from the front page of the website. 
 
32 
  Bode Plots II  
Week 12 (06 NOV ) 

33 
OW 211226  DiscreteTime Fourier Series  HW 33 (solutions) 
34  OW 358372 
DiscreteTime Fourier Transform 
HW 34 (solutions) 
Lab 
  Lab 09: Filtering and Bode Diagrams  LB 09 
 
  HOLIDAY—VETERAN'S DAY   
Week 13 (13 NOV) 

35 
OW 514534  Sampling Theorem and Aliasing  HW 35 (solutions) 
36  OW 417418; 534538  Discrete Fourier Transform/Fast Fourier Transform  HW 36 (solutions) 
Lab 
 
Lab 10: DFT/FFT 
LB 10 
37  OW 244249; 396399  Systems Characterized by LCC Difference Equations  HW 37 (solutions) 
Week 14 (20 NOV) 

38 
OW 582594  Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation I  HW 38 (solutions) 
39 
OW 594607  Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation II  HW 39 (solutions) 
 
 
HOLIDAY—THANKSGIVING 
 
Week 15 (27 NOV) 

40 
OW 654662  Laplace Transform I  HW 40 (solutions) 
41 
OW 662674 
Laplace Transform II 
HW 41 
Lab 
  Lab 11: Intro to Comms  LB 11 
42 
OW 682698  Laplace Transform III  HW 42 
Week 16 (04 DEC) 

43 
OW 698701, 706708, 714720  Laplace Transform IV  HW 43 
44 
  Exam review   
Lab 
 
Course Evals/SSCI Posttest The SSCI exam does not count against student grades, but it can give a bonus towards the final exam as follows: 1) Improvement award: Students that improve their overall score (compared to their score from the 2^{nd} day of the semester) by at least 10 points will receive 2 extra credit points on the final exam 2) Highscore award: Students that score at least 20 (out of 25 points) will receive 2 extra credit points on the final exam 
 
FINAL EXAM 
1330, 13DEC17 Rickover 61 
FINAL EXAM is comprehensive, but weighted towards untested material (i.e. since the 12week exam).  The exam will be based on the objectives, which are listed on the link from the front page of the website.  Students have may have 2 onesided 8.5x11 handwritten equation sheets (or one twosided 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 (particularly based on objectives in lesson 36); (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. 
