EE445S Real-Time Digital Signal Processing Laboratory - Handouts

Handouts in the course reader:

A. Course Description (PDF)
B. Resources (PDF)
C. ECE IT Support (PDF)
D. Matlab (PDF)
E. Convolution Example (PDF)
F. Fundamental Theorem of Linear Systems (PDF)
G. Raised Cosine Pulse (PDF)
H. Modulation Example (PDF)
I. Modulation Summary (PDF)
J. Noised-shaped Feedback Coding (PDF)
K. Sample Quizzes (available in reader only)
L. Direct Sequence Spreading (available in reader only)
M. Symbol Recovery (PDF)
N. Tapped Delay Line on C6700 DSP (PDF) Discussion from 32:30 to 47:39
O. All-pass Filters (PDF)
P. Communication Performance of PAM vs. QAM (PDF)
Q. Four Ways to Filter a Signal (PDF)
R. Introduction to Fourier Transforms (PDF)
S. Adding Random Variables (PDF) Discussion
T. Fourier Transform Multiplication-In-Time Property (PDF)
U. Time-Invariance Property for a System Under Observation (PDF)

Here are additional handouts coupled with specific lectures:

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Updated 09/19/18.