|1||MLK Holiday||Complex Numbes||Signals|
|2||Entrance Quiz and Signal Properties||Intro to Systems||System properties|
|3||LTI DT convolutions||LTI CT convolutions||Block Diagrams and Differential Equations|
|4||Difference Equations||Differential Equations||Impulse Response|
|Spring Break||Spring Break||Spring Break|
|11||Sampling Theorem||Aliasing||Communication Systems|
|12||Unilateral and Bilateral Laplace Transforms||ROC and Inverse Laplace Transform||Laplace Transform Properties|
|13||Partial Fraction Expansion and Examples||LTI System Characterization using Laplace Transforms||Block Diagrams and Differential Equations|
|14||Z-transform||Inverse Z-transform||LTI system characterization using Z-transform|
|15||Block Diagrams||Linear Feedback Systems||Nyquist Criteria|
The entrance quiz will be given in class on Monday January 22, 2018. This will be counted as part of the 10-12% quiz score towards your grade. The quiz will consist of two problems chosen from the following topics:
operations on complex numbers,
CIrcuits represented with differential equations, transfer functions
entrance exam solutions. Previous entrance exam
and solutions part1,
Another previous Entrance exam and solutions
The first midterm will be on or about Feebruary 19. The midterm will count for 15% of your grade. Practice Exams that are representative of the type of midterm, but with different problems
Midterm from previous year --
Practice Midterm1 -- brief solns
Midterm 1 solutions
The second midterm will take place on March 23. The midterm will count for 15% of your grade.Practice Midterm 2 -- soln
The final exam will take place on Wednesday May 9, 1:30PM-4:00 PM. The final will include all the topics covered in class during the semester for which homework has been assigned and will count towards 30% of your grade.Practice Final -- Practice Final Solutions
Nominal due dates
Homework is due on Fridays in class.
Guidelines for getting full credit on Homework
Assignments must be neat,
organized and legible.
In plain English: If we cannot read your assignment, you will not get credit for it. Typed assignments are welcome.
At the start of each problem, write out a brief description of the problem including given information and what is to be found.
Show your work enough to fully demonstrate your understating and your arrival at your answer.
Write on only one side of the paper.
Pages must stapled be in order (i.e. following the order in which the problems were assigned).
Unless otherwise stated, plots must be computer-generated (in MATLAB, Excel, etc.)
All plots must have a title and each axis should be labeled. Do not forget units.
Put a box around all final answers.
If coding is used in a problem, you must turn in a paper copy of your computer code along with your assignment. Attach the code immediately after each problem that required code.
Computer code should be clearly commented to demonstrate your intent.
You should go over your homework as soon as it has been graded and returned to you.
Once an assignment has been returned to you, you only have TWO WEEKS from the return date to question the grading. Questions regarding the material are always welcome.
Joy of [discrete time] convolution (Broken since Java depreciated)
Joy of [continuous time] convolution (Broken since Java depreciated)
January 6 2018 KW