This course is a four-credit course, with three hours of lecture and three hours of lab scheduled per week.

All lecture slides (13 MB), course reader (18 MB) and video lectures are available for Spring 2014. The course reader has lecture slides, handouts and previous midterm exam solutions in PDF format.

For the semester, lectures videos, lecture slides, and midterm exams, as well as
homework, laboratory and reading assignments, are given below.
JSK means Johnson, Sethares and Klein, *Software Receiver Design*, which is
the textbook.
Reading assignments for Welch, Wright and Morrow, *Real-Time Digital Signal Processing*,
are given on each laboratory assignment page linked below.

The following lectures were not presented this semester:

- TMS320C6000 DSP
- Advanced Data Conversion
- Fast Fourier Transform
- DSL Modems
- Analog Sinusoidal Modulation
- Wireless OFDM Systems
- WiMAX
- Spread Spectrum Communications
- Modern DSP Processors
- Native Signal Processing
- Algorithm Interoperability
- System-level Design
- Synchronization in ADSL Modems
- Wireless 1000x