Lecture "Advanced Signals and Systems"

Basic Information

Lecturers:   Gerhard Schmidt (lecture) and Marco Gimm (exercise)
Room:   KS2/Geb.F - SR-II
Language:   English
Target group:   Students in electrical engineering and computer engineering
Prerequisites:   Basic (bachelor) knowlegde about signals and systems
Contents:  

This course teaches advanced knowledge in signal systems theory for electrical engineering and information technology.

Topic overview:

  • Introduction
  • Discrete signals and random processes
  • Spectra
  • Idealized linear, shift-invariant systems
  • Hilbert transform
  • State-space description and system realizations
  • Generalizations for signals, systems and spectra
References:  

A. V. Oppenheim, R. W. Schafer: Discrete-Time Signal Processing, 2nd edition, Prentice Hall, 1999
J. G. Proakis, D. K. Manolakis: Digital Signal Processing, 4th edition, Prentice Hall, 2006
S. Haykin, B. Van Veen: Signals and Systems, 2nd edition, Wiley, 2002
A. Papoulis: Probability, Random Variables, and Stochastic Processes, McGraw Hill, 1965

 

News

Exam Results and Exam Inspection:

The results of the winter semester's exam of 21.02.2017 are online in the QIS-system. Please note the date of the exam inspection:

Date: Thursday, 23.03.2017
Time: 14:00 h - 15:00 h
Room: Library of the DSS-group (D-037 A)

 

Lecture slides

  Slides of the lecture "Introduction"
(Contents, literature, notation)
  Slides of the lecture "Discrete Signals and Random Processes"
(Definitions, stochastic processes, examples)
  Slides of the lecture "Spectra"
(Fourier transform, z transfrom, discrete Fourier transform))
  Slides of the lecture "Discrete Systems"
(Descriptions, classifications, responses to deterministic and stochastic signals)
  Slides of the lecture "Idealized Linear, Shift-invariant Systems"
(Ideal transmission systems, amplitude and phase distortions)
  Slides of the lecture "Hilbert Transform"
(Frequency and impulse response, analytic signal)
  Slides of the lecture "State-space description and system realizations"
(State-space description and signal-flow graphs)
  Slides of the lecture "Extensions"
(All-pass filters)

 

Exercises

Exercises can be found on an extra web page.

 

Current Exam

The exam will take place in room C-SRII on 21.02.2017 at 08:30 h.

 

Previous Exams

  Exam of the winter term 2016/2017     Corresponding solution
  Exam of the summer term 2016     Corresponding solution
  Exam of the winter term 2015/2016     Corresponding solution
  Exam of the summer term 2015     Corresponding solution
  Exam of the winter term 2014/2015     Corresponding solution

 

Website News

13.08.2017: New Gas e.V. sections (e.g. pictures or prices) added.

05.08.2017: The first "slide carousel" added.

03.08.2017: Started with the RED project. Will be ready in a few years ...

30.07.2017: List of PhD theses updated and extended.

Recent Publications

P. Durdaut, J. Reermann, S. Zabel, Ch. Kirchhof, E. Quandt, F. Faupel, G. Schmidt, R. Knöchel, and M. Höft: Modeling and Analysis of Noise Sources for Thin-Film Magnetoelectric Sensors Based on the Delta-E Effect, IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, published online, 2017

P. Durdaut, S. Salzer, J. Reermann, V. Röbisch, J. McCord, D. Meyners, E. Quandt, G. Schmidt, R. Knöchel, and M. Höft: Improved Magnetic Frequency Conversion Approach for Magnetoelectric Sensors, IEEE Sensors Letters, published online, 2017

 

Contact

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerhard Schmidt

E-Mail: gus@tf.uni-kiel.de

Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
Faculty of Engineering
Institute for Electrical Engineering and Information Engineering
Digital Signal Processing and System Theory

Kaiserstr. 2
24143 Kiel, Germany

Recent News

Jens Reermann Defended his Dissertation with Distinction

On Friday, 21st of June, Jens Reermann defended his research on signals processing for magnetoelectric sensor systems very successfully. After 90 minutes of talk and question time he finished his PhD with distinction. Congratulations, Jens, from the entire DSS team.

Jens worked for about three and a half years - as part of the collaborative research center (SFB) 1261 - on all kinds of signal ...


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