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This is an introductory course on signals and systems.

Textbook: Signals and Systems 2nd ed. by Oppenheim, Willsky and Nawab

Reference: Linear processing of signals and systems by Lathi

Course topics.

- Signals and systems
- Linear time invariant systems
- Fourier series
- Fourier transforms
- Sampling
- Laplace transforms

Grading policy (Tentative)

20% Quiz-I, 20% Quiz-II, 20% Tutorial quiz, 40% Endsem

Exam schedule

Quiz-I, Quiz-II, Endsem(as per Institute schedule)

Tutorial quiz 1 - TBD

Lectures

- 16 Jan Lecture 01: Introduction

- 17 Jan Lecture 02: Signals, continuous time and discrete time, energy and power signals

- 21 Jan Lecture 03: Signal transformations, signal classification, Basic signals

- 22 Jan Lecture 04: Basic signals: impulse and step, exponential signals

- 23 Jan Lecture 05: Complex exponentials

- 24 Jan No class

- 28 Jan Tutorial 1

- 29 Jan Lecture 06: Systems: examples, classification

- 30 Jan Lecture 07: Systems: linear and nonlinear systems

- 31 Jan Lecture 08: Systems: classification (cont'd)

- 04 Feb Tutorial 2

- 05 Feb Lecture 09: Systems: classification

- 06 Feb No class

- 07 Feb Lecture 10: LTI systems: discrete systems, Tutorial quiz-1

- 09 Feb Lecture 11: Convolution of discrete time signals, properties

- 11 Feb Lecture 12: Convolution of continuous time signals, properties

- 12 Feb Tutorial-3

- 13 Feb Lecture 13: LTI systems: properties

- 14 Feb Quiz-I

- 18 Feb Lecture 14: Alternatives to impulse response

- 19 Feb Lecture 15: Fourier series (exponential form)

- 20 Feb Lecture 16: Fouries series, examples

- 21 Feb Quiz-I discussion

- 25 Feb Tutorial-4

- 26 Feb Lecture 17: Fourier series (Trigonometric form)

- 27 Feb Lecture 18: Review of Ch 1-2

- 28 Feb Lecture 19: Fourier spectrum

- 04 Mar Lecture 20: Properties of Fourier series

- 05 Mar Lecture 21: Properties of Fourier series

- 06 Mar Tutorial-5

- 07 Mar Lecture-22: Properties of Fourier series