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  Lovely Professional University, Punjab Course CodeCourse TitleCourse PlannerLecturesTutorialsPracticalsCredits ECE300DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING15712::Rosepreet Kaur Bhogal3.01.00.04.0 Course Category Courses with numerical and conceptual focus TextBooks Sr NoTitleAuthorEditionYearPublisher Name T-1Digital Signal Processing Principles, Algorithms and ApplicationJohn G Proakis, Dimtris G Manolakis4th2009Prentice Hall Reference BooksSr NoTitleAuthorEditionYearPublisher Name R-1Digital Signal ProcessingS. Salivahan, A Vallavaraj, Gnanpiya1st2008Tata McGraw HillR-2Digital Signal Processing-A computer based approachS. K. Mitra1st2006Tata McGraw HillR-3Theory and Application of Digital Signal ProcessingL.R. Rabiner and B. Gold1stPrentice HallR-4Digital Signal ProcessingD. J. DeFatta, J. G. Lucas and W. S. Hodgkiss1stJohn Wiley & SonsR-5Discrete-Time Signal ProcessingAlan V Oppenheim, Ronald W Schafer, John R Back 2nd2008Prentice HallR-6Introduction to Digital Signal ProcessingJohny R.Johnson1st2006Prentice Hall Other ReadingSr NoJournals articles as Compulsary reading (specific articles, complete reference) OR-1http://www.cems.uvm.edu/~gmirchan/classes/EE275/Mitra_4/applications/Applications2.pdf , OR-2http://www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/IIT-MADRAS/Principles_Of_Communication/pdf/Lecture03_SignalSpaces.pdf , Relevant WebsitesSr No(Web address) (only if relevant to the course)Salient Features RW-1http://www.mikroe.com/chapters/view/72/Finite Impulse Response FilterRW-2http://www.mikroe.com/chapters/view/73/chapter-3-iir-filters/Infinite Impulse Response FilterRW-3http://people.cs.pitt.edu/~kirk/cs1501/animations/FFT.htmlFFT Algorithm  Week NumberLecture NumberBroad Topic(Sub Topic)Chapters/Sections of Text/reference booksOther Readings,Relevant Websites, Audio Visual Aids, software and Virtual LabsLecture DescriptionLearning OutcomesPedagogical ToolDemonstration/ Case Study / Images / animation / ppt etc. Planned Week 1Lecture 1Discrete-Time Signals(Sequences)T-1:1.1-1.3R-6:1.1Representation of signalsunderstanding of signalsShow with the help of MATLAB, how togenerate a sequenceand plot itLecture 2Discrete-Time Signals(Representation of Signals on Orthogonal Basis)OR-2would be knowing about orthogonalityLecture 3Discrete-Time Systems(Z-Transform)T-1:3.1-3.4R-5:chapter 3Understanding theZtransform and itsapplication to identifyingsystem properties,solving differenceequations, anddetermining thefrequency response of asystemfrequency domainrepresentationExplain with the helpof mathematicalexamples using MATLABWeek 2Lecture 4Discrete-Time Systems(Z-Transform)T-1:3.1-3.4R-5:chapter 3Understanding theZtransform and itsapplication to identifyingsystem properties,solving differenceequations, anddetermining thefrequency response of asystemfrequency domainrepresentationExplain with the helpof mathematicalexamples using MATLABLecture 5Discrete-Time Systems(Z-Transform)T-1:3.1-3.4R-5:chapter 3Understanding theZtransform and itsapplication to identifyingsystem properties,solving differenceequations, anddetermining thefrequency response of asystemfrequency domainrepresentationExplain with the helpof mathematicalexamples using MATLAB Detailed Plan For Lectures LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks)Weeks before MTE 7 Weeks After MTE 7 Spill Over 3  Week 2Lecture 6Discrete-Time Systems(Analysis of LSI Systems)T-1:3.5interconnections of systems,convolutionsum,stability of LTIsystemtechnique to findsystem responseWeek 3Lecture 7Discrete-Time Systems(Frequency Analysis)T-1:5.1 -5.2signals representation of periodic signalsfrequency domainanalysiswith the help of MATLAB, explainhow to convert the rawsignal into frequencydomain and what kindof information one canget from frequencyanalysisLecture 8Discrete-Time Systems(Inverse Systems)invertibility of LTIsystems anddeconvolutionable to calculate inputof system while outputis knownfind input using MATLABLecture 9Discrete-Time Systems(Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT))T-1:7.1-7.4sampling in frequencydomainfrequency domainanalysisWeek 4Lecture 10Discrete-Time Systems(Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT))T-1:7.1-7.4sampling in frequencydomainfrequency domainanalysisLecture 11Test1Lecture 12Discrete-Time Systems(Fast Fourier Transform Algorithm)T-1:8.1- 8.3DIT FFT algorithm, DIFFFT algorithmthe FFT and itsimplementation will befurther analyse and thestudent will understandthe FFT structure anddecimation processesWeek 5Lecture 13Discrete-Time Systems(Fast Fourier Transform Algorithm)T-1:8.1- 8.3DIT FFT algorithm, DIFFFT algorithmthe FFT and itsimplementation will befurther analyse and thestudent will understandthe FFT structure anddecimation processesLecture 14Discrete-Time Systems(Implementation of Discrete Time Systems)T-1:9.1 to 9.3FIR and IIR realizationreasons for differentstructuresLecture 15Discrete-Time Systems(Implementation of Discrete Time Systems)T-1:9.1 to 9.3FIR and IIR realizationreasons for differentstructuresWeek 6Lecture 16Design of FIR filters(Linear Phase Response)T-1:10.2.1 and 10.2.2symmetric and antisymmetric response,Designing of FIRfeatures of methodDesign of FIR filters(FIR filters design using rectangular window)T-1:10.2.1 and 10.2.2symmetric and antisymmetric response,Designing of FIRfeatures of methodLecture 17Test2  Week 6Lecture 18Design of FIR filters(FIR filter design using Hamming window)R-5:7.2Designing of FIRfeatures of methodWeek 7Lecture 19Design of FIR filters(FIR filter design using Hanning window)R-5:7.2Designing of FIRfeatures of methodLecture 20Design of FIR filters(FIR filter design using Blackman window)R-5:7.2Designing of FIRfeatures of methodLecture 21Design of FIR filters(Park-McClellan's method)R-5:7.4caurermethoddesign digital filterswith ParkMcClellans MID-TERM Week 8Lecture 22Design of IIR Filters(Introduction to Butterworth and Chebyshev analog filters)T-1:10.3.4designing of analogfilterscomparison of butterworth andchebyshev analog filterswith also conversionfrom analog to digitalfilter using impulseinvariant and bilineartranformation methodLecture 23Design of IIR Filters(Introduction to Butterworth and Chebyshev analog filters)T-1:10.3.4designing of analogfilterscomparison of butterworth andchebyshev analog filterswith also conversionfrom analog to digitalfilter using impulseinvariant and bilineartranformation methodLecture 24Design of IIR Filters(Elliptic Approximations)T-1:10.3.4would be knowing about elliptic approximationWeek 9Lecture 25Design of IIR Filters(Lowpass, Bandpass, Bandstop and High pass filters)T-1:10.3.4R-2:9.4RW-2designing of low pass,high pass , band pass andband stop butterworthfilter and chebyshevfiltercomparsion of butterworth andchebyshev IIR filterLecture 26Design of IIR Filters(Lowpass, Bandpass, Bandstop and High pass filters)T-1:10.3.4R-2:9.4RW-2designing of low pass,high pass , band pass andband stop butterworthfilter and chebyshevfiltercomparsion of butterworth andchebyshev IIR filterLecture 27Design of IIR Filters(Lowpass, Bandpass, Bandstop and High pass filters)T-1:10.3.4R-2:9.4RW-2designing of low pass,high pass , band pass andband stop butterworthfilter and chebyshevfiltercomparsion of butterworth andchebyshev IIR filter
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