EEI357 Analog and Digital Signal Filters

Code EEI357
Name Analog and Digital Signal Filters
Status Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice
Level and type Post-graduate Studies, Academic
Field of study Power and Electrical Engineering
Faculty
Academic staff Iļja Galkins, Oskars Krievs
Credit points 3.0 (4.5 ECTS)
Parts 1
Annotation Filter classification of modern signal processing systems. Basics of filter theory. Phase amplitude and complex frequency characteristics. Basics of filter theory. Phase amplitude and complex frequency characteristics. Real-time digital signal processing input / output analog nodes. Analog active filters, and their design. Direct and inverse discrete Fourier transformation. Direct and inverse discrete signals z-transformation. Realization methods and parameters of finite and infinite impulse characteristic digital filter with programmable logic matrix and digital signal processor..
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
To be able to develop real-time digital signal processing I/O analogue nodes, develop digital filters, and realizē them in with programmable logic matrix and digital signal processor.
Learning outcomes
and assessment
To be able to recognize, design and practically develop filters for real-time digital signal processing for I/O analog nodes. - Realization and presentation of Practice 1-2. Passed an exam
To be able to develop and realize finite impulse characteristic digital filter in digital signal processor and programmable logic matrix. - Realization and presentation of Practice 3-4. Passed an exam
To be able to develop and realize infinite impulse characteristic digital filter in digital signal processor and programmable logic matrix. - Realization and presentation of Practice 5-6. Passed an exam
Course prerequisites Basics of Signal theory, electronical devices and microprocessor technics.

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