Signal Processing 1 ET1203 (ETB005)
The course aims to give the student a theoretical and practical background to understand the fundamentals of digital representation, manipulation and reconstruction of signals. This lays the foundation for further studies in a wide range of application areas such as speech, image and video processing as well as signal transmission in communication systems such as telephones, mobile phones and other wireless applications etc. A key concept in the course are operations to convert an analogue signal to a digital signal or vice versa and the implications thereof. Also, the course focuses on time versus frequency signal representations, as well as giving analyses, approaches and examples of systems designed to modify digital signals.
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