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Army Institute of Technology, Pune

Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engg


Teaching Plan (16
th
June 2014 to 30
th
Sept 2014) S.E (E&TC) Semeste!"
Name of faculty: Amit Govindwani
204181 !ignals an" !ystems
Teaching !cheme E#amination !cheme
$ectures 4 %our&'ee( Paper )0 *ar(s +Theory,
Tutorial 1hr& 'ee( )0 *ar(s +-nline,
Term 'or( 2) *ar(s
$ecture
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1.IT I Intro"uction to !ignals an" !ystems
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1/ Fundamentals of Signals & Systems
2/ Classification of signals: Continuous time & discrete
time, Even & odd signals
Tutorial: Numericals based on classification of signals
4/ Classification of signals: periodic and non periodic,
deterministic and non deterministic.
-Tutorial: Numericals based on classification of signals
4/ Classification of signals: Energy and poer
-Tutorial: Numericals based on classification of signals
)/ !perations on signals: "mplitude scaling, addition,
multiplication.
-Tutorial: Numericals based on s#etc$ing of operations
on signals
6/ !perations on signals: differentiation, integration,time
scaling.
-Tutorial: Numericals based on s#etc$ing of operations
on signals
5/ !perations on signals: time s$ifting and folding,
precedence rule.
-Tutorial: Numericals based on s#etc$ing of operations
on signals
8/ Elementary signals: e%ponential, sine, step, impulse
and
Tutorial: S#etc$ing of signals
7/ &roperties of ramp, rectangular, triangular, signum,
sinc.
-Tutorial: S#etc$ing of signals
10/ Classification of systems: linear and non linear, time
variant and invariant systems
-Tutorial: Numericals based on classification of
systems
11/ Classification of systems: causal and non-causal, static
and dynamic, stable and unstable, invertible.
- Tutorial: Numericals based on classification of
systems
12/ Numericals & 'C()s based on *nit +
14/ Numericals & 'C()s based on *nit +
14/ Numericals & 'C()s based on *nit +
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1)/ Numericals & 'C()s based on *nit +
1.IT II !ystem Analysis
16/ System modeling +: +nput output relation, impulse
response, bloc# diagram.
-Tutorial: Conceptual understanding of Systems
analysis
15/ System modeling ++: +ntegro-differential e,uation and
state-space representation
-Tutorial: Numericals based on +ntegro-differential
e,uations.
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18/ -efinition of impulse response, convolution integral,
convolution sum
-Tutorial: Conceptual understanding of convolution
17/ Convolution integral using grap$ical met$od for unit
step to unit step, unit step to e%ponential, e%ponential
to e%ponential and unit step to rectangular, rectangular
to rectangular
-Tutorial: Numericals based on Convolution integral
./rap$ical met$od0
20/ Numericals on convolution sum by all met$ods
21/ Numericals on convolution & -isplay of "ssignment
no ++ on moodle
22/ &roperties of convolution and system interconnection
-Tutorial: &roof)s of properties of convolution
24/ System properties in terms of impulse response, step
response in terms of impulse response.
-Tutorial: Numericals on calculation of +mpulse
1esponse
24/ 'C()s on *nit ++ & -isplay of "ssignment + & ++
mar#s on moodle
1.IT III !ystem Analysis in 8re9uency Domain using
8ourier Transform
2)/ -efinition and necessity of CT and -T Fourier series
and Fourier transforms
-Tutorial: Need of Transforms & relation beteen
various transforms
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26/ CT Fourier series & its properties .&"1T +0
-Tutorial: &roof)s of properties of CTFS
25/ CT Fourier series & its properties .&"1T ++0
-Tutorial: &roof)s of properties of CTFS
28/ CT Fourier transform and its properties .&"1T +0
-Tutorial: &roof)s of properties of CTFT
27/ CT Fourier transform and its properties .&"1T ++0
-Tutorial: &roof)s of properties of CTFT
40/ Numericals based on CTFS & CTFT properties
41/ "nalogy beteen CTFS, -TFS and CTFT, -TFT
-'C()s on above topics
42/ "mplitude spectrum, p$ase spectrum of t$e signal and
system
-Tutorial: Need & +mportance of amplitude & p$ase
spectrum
44/ 2imitations of FT and need of 2T and 3T.
44/ +nterplay beteen time and fre,uency domain using
$ecture
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sinc and rectangular signals
--isplay of "ssignment no. +++ on moodle
4)/ Numericals & 'C()s on *nit +++ from previous
year)s *!& papers
1.IT I; !ystem Analysis in 8re9uency Domain using
$aplace Transform
46/ -efinition of 2T, 1!C and pole 4ero concept.
-Tutorial: Need & +mportance of amplitude & p$ase
spectrum
45/ &roperties of 2T- +
-Tutorial: &roof)s of properties of 2T
48/ &roperties of 2T- +
-Tutorial: &roof)s of properties of 2T
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31 261227)
32 448245) 47/ Numericals & 'C()s based on above topics
40/ "pplication of 2aplace transforms to t$e
2T+ system analysis .&"1T +0
-Tutorial: Numericals on 2T applications
41/ "pplication of 2aplace transforms to t$e
2T+ system analysis .&"1T ++0
-Tutorial: Numericals on 2T applications
42/ +nversion using duality &
-Tutorial: Numericals on properties
44/ Signal analysis using 2T.
--isplay of "ssignment no. +5 on moodle
44/ Numericals & 'C()s based on above topics
1.IT ; <orrelation an" !pectral Density
4)/ -efinition of Correlation and Spectral -ensity,
correlogram
-Tutorial: Need & +mportance of amplitude & p$ase
spectrum
T2 12521)8
46/ "nalogy beteen correlation, covariance and
convolution
45/ &roperties of auto-correlation, cross correlation.
-Tutorial: &roof)s of properties auto & cross
correlation
48/
47/ ES-
-Tutorial: &roof)s of properties ES- & &S-
--isplay of "ssignment no. 5 on moodle
)0/ &S-
-Tutorial: &roof)s of properties ES- & &S-
)1/ Numericals
)2/ Numericals
1.IT ;I Pro0a0ility, 3an"om ;aria0les an" 3an"om
!ignals
)4/ E%periment, sample space, event, probability
Tutorial : Numericals based on basics of probability
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)4/ Conditional probability and statistical independence
Tutorial : Numericals based on above topic
))/ 1andom variables: Continuous and -iscrete random
variables, cumulative distributive function,
&robability density function, properties of C-F and
&-F
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$ecture
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Tutorial: Numericals based on C-F & &-F
)5/ Statistical averages, mean, moments and
e%pectations, standard deviation and variance
)8/ Numericals on moments, S- & variance
)7/ &robability models: *niform, /aussian, 6inomial
--isplay of "ssignment no 5+ on moodle 60/
61/ -iscussion of previous year)s *!& ,uestion papers
62/
Total $ectures 62 +6),
Te#t =oo(
T7. Simon 8ay#ins and 6arry 5an 5een, 9Signals and Systems:, ;nd Edition, <iley +ndia.
T;. Simon 8ay#ins, 9+ntroduction to "nalog and -igital Communications:, <iley +ndia.
3eference =oo(s
17. 6.&. 2at$i, 92inear Systems and Signals:, ;nd Edition, !%ford *niversity &ress, ;==>.
1;. C$arles &$illips, 9Signals , Systems and Transforms: , ?rd Edition, &earson Education.
1?. &eyton &eebles, 9&robability, 1andom 5ariable, 1andom &rocesses:, >t$ Edition, Tata 'c
/ra 8ill.
+Amit >o?in"'ani,