Module Catalogues, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University   
 
Module Code: EEE204
Module Title: Continuous and Discrete Time Signals and Systems II
Module Level: Level 2
Module Credits: 2.50
Academic Year: 2018/19
Semester: SEM2
Originating Department: Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Pre-requisites: N/A
   
Aims
Discrete Signal Representation and Analysis


Discrete-Time Fourier Transform (DTFT)


Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT)


z-Transform


Discrete Time Linear Time-invariant (DT-LTI) Systems
Learning outcomes 
A. Understand mathematical representation of discrete time signals in time domain.

B. Understand discrete time LTI systems, filters and their properties.

C. Understand different transforms (z-transform, DTFT and DFT) and their properties and use in circuit and system analysis.

D. Apply the theoretical knowledge obtained to the analysis of discrete signal systems.

E. Analyse various discrete signals in both the time and frequency domains.
Method of teaching and learning 
This module will be delivered by a combination of formal lectures, problem-solving classes, and computer lab sessions.
Syllabus 
Chapter 1 Introduction (Recommended lecturing hours: 2 hours)


Review of the concept of signals and systems, classification of signals and systems, analogue and digital signals.



Chapter 2 Sampling theorem. (Recommended lecturing hours: 3 hours)


Sampling theorem, analogue and digital converter and practical sampling approach



Chapter 3 Discrete-Time Fourier Transform (DTFT) (Recommended lecturing hours: 3 hours)


Definition of Discrete-Time Fourier Transform: from Fourier transform to the Discrete-Time Transform, DTFT properties, Fast Fourier Transform.



Chapter 4 z-Transform (Recommended lecturing hours: 6 hours)


z-Transform z-Transfer function and basic block diagrams. Discrete -time signal analysis



Chapter 5 Discrete-Time Linear Time Invariant (DT-LTI) Systems (Recommended lecturing hours: 5 hours)


Definition of discrete time LTI systems.


Convolution sum.


Impulse response and unit step response.


Frequency Response.


Discrete-time systems.


Use of z-transform/DTFT to access system stability and causality.



Chapter 6 From s-transfer functions to z-transfer function (Recommended lecturing hours: 3 hours)


From s-transfer function to z-transfer function by emulation design.


From s-transfer function to z-transfer function by bilinear conversion.
Delivery Hours  
Lectures Seminars Tutorials Lab/Prcaticals Fieldwork / Placement Other(Private study) Total
Hours/Semester 19    7  6    43  75 

Assessment

Sequence Method % of Final Mark
1 Lab Report 10.00
2 Midterm Exam 10.00
3 Final Exam 80.00

Module Catalogue generated from SITS CUT-OFF: 5/22/2018 9:42:22 PM