EE 341 COURSE OUTLINE

· Semester: Fall 1996

· Course: EE 341 (10965)

· Text: Discrete Time and Continuous Time Linear Systems; Robert J. Mayham

· Instructor: Ric Kolk; 674-3070 (days)

646-0404 (eves)

· Class Times: T,Th 5:35-6:50, room UT306

· Evaluation: 2 exams (50%), final (30%), homework (20%)

· Attendance: Regular attendance is expected, if you expect to be absent, notify me in advance.

· Course Overview:

An introductory course designed to cover the basic tools and mathematical techniques used in the analysis of discrete time and continuous time linear systems. The following topics will be covered; Simulation diagrams, Operator notation, Zero state and Zero input solutions, Convolution, Discrete time approximations to continuous systems, Z Transform, Laplace Transform, Fourier Transform, IIR and FIR filters.

 

 

 

CLASS

CHAPTER

PAGES

TOPICS & [PROBLEMS]

1

1

1:13

Introduction to Systems, Classifications [1,2,3]

2

1

13:44

Operators, Transfer Function, Simulation Diagram [4,5]

3

1

44:61

Difference Equations [7,9,12,14,17]

4

1

61:87

Iteration Table, Analytical Solution of Differential Eqns [23,24,28,31]

5

2

87:105

Analytical Solution of Difference Eqns [1,2,3,4,7,10]

6

2

105:118

Sol'n of Difference Eqns, cont [14,15,17]

7

2

105:118

Sol'n of Difference Eqns, cont [21,23,27,28,33]

8

2

137:148

Zero State & Zero Input [35,36,37,41,43]

9

1,2

 

Review

10

EXAM 1

 

Chap 1, 2

11

3

158:168

Discrete System Impulse Response [1,6]

12

3

168:178

Discrete Convolution [10,12,16]

13

3

178:190

Continuous System Impulse Response [18,21,23]

14

3

197:213

Step & Impulse response of continuous time system [29,30,39,40]

15

4

213:226

Discrete Approximations to continuous systems, FIR, IIR [50,52]

16

4

247:273

State & Output Equations [3,4,5]

17

4

273:284

Sol'n of Discrete State Eqn's [8,18]

18

4

284:298

Sol'n of Continuous State Eqn's [21,25,40]

19

3,4

 

Review

20

EXAM 2

 

Chap 3, 4

21

6

398:414

Fourier Series, Periodic Signals [Assigned in Class]

22

7

494:508

Laplace Transform [1,3,10]

23

7

508:524

Laplace Transform cont [11,12,13]

24

7

531:535

Laplace Transform cont [15,16,18]

25

5

346:357

Z Transform [2,7]

26

5

357:375

Z Transform cont [16]

27

6,7,5

 

Review

28

FINAL

 

Emphasis on Chap 6,7,5