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## E(Electrical)-unified curricula 2012

Required Course
Catalog Description:

## EE-232 Signals and Systems

Credit Hours: 3-0.

Signal and System Analysis, Laplace, Fourier and Z transform approaches to analyze system in Time and Frequency Domain,
Convolution of signals, Feedback control systems, Filter design

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Prerequisite:

Co-requisite:

## MATH-232 Complex variables & Transforms

Text Books:

Reference Books:

1. Signals, Systems and Transforms Charles Phillips, John Parr, Eve Riskin.
2. Signals and Systems: An Introduction, Leslie Balmer
1. Feedback Control Systems Phillips, Parr
2. Signals and Systems, Oppenheim and Willisky

Course Objectives: This course aims to investigate the academic theory associated with analyzing the various types of
signals and systems encountered in mathematical modelling of physical systems. Specific objectives are to help student
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The mathematical description of signals and systems in terms of standard notations and conventions .
The difference and the inter-relationship of time domain / frequency domain based methods in investigation of
systems.
Appreciate the difficulty of system analysis in time domain and relative ease of system analysis in frequency
domain.
Appreciate the use of different types of transforms to switch from time to frequency domain and vice versa
Be able to understand system operational specifications and classify the system into standard categories The
designing of various compensation approaches if the system is not currently meeting design specifications.
The techniques for reduction of a complicated system model to a simple system model for efficient analysis

Course Outcomes: After completion of this course students should be able to:
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Understand the broad type of signals and systems used for mathematical modeling and analysis of systems
gain sufficient knowledge of characteristics and analysis of systems; e.g. control and communication systems.
appreciate the difficulty of system analysis in time domain and relative ease of system analysis in frequency
domain.
appreciate the use of different types of transforms to switch from time to frequency domain and vice versa
understand system operational specifications and classify the system into standard categories
understand that existing system performance can be improved by designing appropriate type of controller .
develop a mathematical system model from a physical electrical/mechanical system description
Topics:

Week

Signal Description. Types of continuous and discrete time signals, Basic operation on signals,
Properties of signals
System Description. Classification of systems, (Continuous/ discrete systems, Linear/non linear
systems, Time varying/ time invariant systems, Causal/non causal systems, Static/ dynamic
systems). Block diagram reduction theorems.
Laplace Transform. Properties of Laplace transforms. Application to system analysis,
Representation on complex plane, Inverse Laplace transform, Solution of differential equation
using Laplace transform.
Feedback Control Systems - The System Response. First and second order systems response for
continuous time system (calculation of setting time, rise time overshoot, Steady state error,
System stability etc)
Convolution of continuous time and discrete signals, Graphical and integration formula methods.
The Z Transform. The properties of Z-transform. The inverse Z-transform. Application of Ztransform to the analysis of discrete time systems.
The Fourier Transform. Fourier transform for continuous systems. Fourier transform for discrete
signals. Fourier method for discrete time signal. Sampling of continuous signals, Introduction to
Discrete Fourier transform.
Filtering of signals. Ideal filter , Analogue Filters, The Butterworth , Chebyshev and Equi ripple
filters.

## EE 232 Signal & systems

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## B.E(Electrical)-unified curricula 2012

Evaluation Methods:

## Quizzes, assignments, three sessional exams, and one final exam.

Quiz
10%
Assignment
10%
Tests
30%
Final
50%

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