# Introduction to EE202

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Signals and Systems

Junmo Kim

EE202, Signals and Systems

• Syllabus
• Signals and Systems
• Examples of Signals and Systems

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Sampling Ch9. Z-transform (DT) <3> EE202. signal processing (filtering.g. linearity. memory) Ch2. Fourier Series for periodic signals (CT. Basic system properties (stability. DSP) and control (feedback control). DT) Ch4. modulation AM/FM). Frequency response of LTI system.Syllabus • Course outline EE202 is a sophomore-level introduction to signals and systems. which provides mathematical foundations for communications (e. frequency-selective filters Ch7. We study continuous-time (CT) and discrete-time (DT) signals and systems with emphasis on linear time-invariant (LTI) systems (e. RLC circuits). convolution) Ch3. Continuous-time (CT) Fourier transform Ch5. Time-domain analysis of LTI systems (impulse response.10. Discrete-time (DT) Fourier transform Ch6. Signals and Systems .g. The course covers the following topics: Ch1. Laplace transform (CT) Ch. time-invariance. causality.

memory) Ch2.10. frequency-selective filters Ch7. Sampling Ch9. Basic system properties (stability. linearity. Frequency response of LTI system. Z-transform (DT) <4> EE202. convolution) Ch3. Laplace transform (CT) Ch. Time-domain analysis of LTI systems (impulse response. causality. DT) Ch4. Continuous-time (CT) Fourier transform: Ch5. time-invariance. Signals and Systems . Fourier Series for periodic signals (CT. Discrete-time (DT) Fourier transform Ch6.Syllabus • Course outline Ch1.

Laplace TF. – Linear algebra : basis.. filters. eq. Prentice Hall (international edition) <5> EE202. 2nd Edition.Syllabus • Prerequisites – Basic background in calculus (official) : integral – Some exposure to differential equations (recommended. Fourier TF. Oppenheim and Alan S. not required) • Relations to other courses – Circuit theory (EE201) : diff. Signals and Systems . span – Communications engineering (EE321) – Digital signal processing (EE432) – Control system engineering (EE381) I • Textbook Alan V. Willsky. Signals and Systems.

Signals and Systems . ext) 3488. Junmo Kim.ac. N1-210. E11-403 (creative learning B/D. ext)8088. – Instructor: Prof.ac. or Thurs.kr.ac.kim@kaist. jdg105@kaist.kr • DongGyu Joo. There will be about 5 MATLAB sessions.Syllabus • Lecture information – Time and place: 9:00 – 10:15 am MW.kr • Webpage: http://klms. Tue. office hours: 11 am– 12 pm MW or by appointment • TA: • Dongjae Lee.kr/ • Grading: – Homework : 20% – Mid-term exam : 30% – Final exam : 50% <6> EE202. Tue. junmo.kaist. room 403) – Recitations for MATLAB: 7pm – 7:50 pm Mon.ac. ext)8088. ldj1725@kaist. or Thurs We will select two days out of Mon.

<7> EE202.kaist.Course Webpage • Course webpage • http://klms.kr/ • Course materials will be available at the webpage. • All the important announcements will be emailed to you via this webpage. Signals and Systems .ac. • Check your profile and email address.

Signals and Systems . (physical signal) • Speech/audio signal : air pressure as a function of time • Voltages and currents as a function of time in an electrical circuit – E.g. n — integer values only <8> EE202.g.Signals and Systems • Signal is a function of one or more independent variables that contains information. (abstract signal) stock price as a function of time • For this course: Focus on a single (1-D) independent variable which we call “time”. – E. t — continuous values Discrete-Time (DT) signals: x[n]. Continuous-Time (CT) signals: x(t).

g.Signals and Systems • Physical systems are an interconnection of components. or subsystems. and its response is described in terms of one or more output signals <9> EE202. – E. Signals and Systems . • System is an operator (mapping) that transforms (maps) an input signal to another signal as an output.g. devices. (processing) Speech  cellular phone  EM wave • Input signals are transformed by the system – E. • A system responds to applied input signals. (responding) Accelerator pedal  automobile  speed of the vehicle.

<10> EE202. .Notation: operator T [¢]. • We describe a system by its input-output relationship. Signals and Systems . y(t) = T [x(t)]. .System is fully characterized if y(t) is speci¯ed/determined for all x(t). x(t) ! y(t) Input signal System Output signal • A very rich class of systems (but by no means all systems of interest to us) are described by differential and difference equations.Signals and Systems • System is an operator (mapping) that transforms (maps) an input signal to another signal as an output.

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