Volgenau School of Engineering
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ECE 320: Signals and Systems II

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Second of two-semester sequence providing mathematical background for many ECE courses taken in junior, senior years. Provides methods of representing and analyzing discrete-time signals and systems. Studies effects of converting from continuous-time to discrete time, and presents Z-transform as convenient analysis tool. Emphasizes powerful concept of frequency response of systems developed in first semester. Presents application examples from communications, circuits, control, and signal processing.

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Limited to 2 Attempts


Second of two-semester sequence providing mathematical background for many ECE courses taken in junior, senior years. Provides methods of representing and analyzing discrete-time signals and systems. Studies effects of converting from continuous-time to discrete time, and presents Z-transform as convenient analysis tool. Emphasizes powerful concept of frequency response of systems developed in first semester. Presents application examples from communications, circuits, control, and signal processing.

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

When Offered: Fall, Spring

Students cannot receive credit for both ECE 320 and BENG 320.

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

Grade of C or better in ECE 220 and MATH 203

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