MG7012 – Signal Processing
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To enable students to learn aspects of analogue signal processing, in particular filtering.
- Directed hours
- Self directed hours
- Total learning hours
- Learning Outcomes
- 1.Analyse signals using mathematical techniques.
2.Model analogue and digital systems.
3.Design analogue active filters.
4.Design analogue passive filters.
5.Analyse common digital signal processing algorithms used in a variety of applications.
6.Apply software packages to digital signal processing (DSP) applications.
- Mathematical tools applied to analogue.
Signal type recognition.
Circuit analysis on the s-plane (analogue) and z- plane (digital).
Filter theory, types and their application.
Synthesis of active & passive filters.
Filter comparison (alternative active filters, switch-capacitor, crystal, ceramic resonator, SAW, transmission line stubs, strip line and micro strip).
Introduction to DSP algorithms via software implementation and simulation.
Application of basic digital filters to real world problems.
- Assessment Criteria
- Assessment 1Tests40