Modul: Signals and systems

Modul no. :n/a
ECTS credits:5
Expenditure of time:54h contact time + 96h self study
Modul type:compulsory module
Duration:1 semester
Supervisor:Prof. Dr.-Ing. U. Totzek
Requirements:A successful participation at the modules of the first study section is recommended.
Objectives:Development of a coherent understanding of the theory of signals and systems. The students get in-depth knowledge about the mathematical methods necessary for the description of the time and the frequency behavior of signals and systems. They gain competence in applying these methods to the time-continuous as well as the time-discrete case of signal transfer through a linear time-invariant system.
Contents:Description of analog and digital systems with impulse response, transfer function and frequency response. Characterization of analog and digital signals by an amplitude spectrum and a phase spectrum. Mathematical description of Fourier analysis by series expansions and transformations.
Explanation of the coherences between Fourier, Laplace and z-transform.
Applicability:Compulsory module for this course of studies and an elective module for other study paths.
Teaching methods:lecture, exercise
Further information:Beucher, Signale und Systeme, Heidelberg,Springer 2015
Werner, Signale und Systeme, Vieweg, Wiesbaden 2008
Meyer, Signalverarbeitung, Vieweg, Wiesbaden 2017
Ries u. Wallraff, Übungsbuch Signale und Systeme, Heidelberg, Springer 2017
Individual courses:Signals and systems in semester 4