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What you will learn

  • Digital filters, how they work

  • Digital filter design

  • Adaptive signal processing

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Syllabus - What you will learn from this course

Week
1

Week 1

7 hours to complete

Module 2.1 Digital Filters

7 hours to complete
13 videos (Total 78 min), 12 readings, 1 quiz
13 videos
2.1.1.b Convolution6m
2.1.2.a The moving average filter8m
2.1.2.b The leaky integrator5m
2.1.3.a Filter classification in the time domain3m
2.1.3.b Filter stability5m
2.1.4.a The convolution theorem6m
2.1.4.b Examples of frequency response14m
2.1.5.a Filter classification in the frequency domain1m
2.1.5.b The ideal lowpass filter6m
2.1.5.c Ideal filters derived from the ideal lowpass filter2m
2.1.5.d Demodulation revisited2m
SOTD: Can one hear the shape of a room?10m
12 readings
Welcome to DSP Two!5m
Introduction1m
What have we learned?3m
Introduction1m
What have we learned?3m
Introduction1m
What have we learned?2m
Introduction2m
What have we learned?3m
Introduction2m
What have we learned?3m
Practice homework1h
1 practice exercise
Homework for Module 2.12h 30m
Week
2

Week 2

8 hours to complete

Module 2.2: Filter Design

8 hours to complete
13 videos (Total 147 min), 11 readings, 1 quiz
13 videos
2.2.1.b The window method10m
2.2.1.c Frequency sampling2m
2.2.2.a The z-transform14m
2.2.2.b Region of convergence and stability15m
2.2.3 Intuitive IIR designs10m
2.2.4.a Filter specifications6m
2.2.4.b IIR design3m
2.2.4.c FIR design7m
2.2.4.d Fractional delay and Hilbert filter16m
2.2.5.a Implementation of digital filters12m
2.2.5.b Real-time processing22m
Signal of the Day: Image Resolution and Space Exploration19m
11 readings
Introduction5m
What have we learned?2m
Introduction5m
What have we learned?5m
Introduction1m
What have we learned?2m
Introduction2m
What have we learned?5m
Introduction3m
Practice homework1h
Notes and Supplementary Materials3m
1 practice exercise
Homework for Module 2.21h 30m
Week
3

Week 3

3 hours to complete

Module 2.3: Stochastic and Adaptive Signal Processing

3 hours to complete
8 videos (Total 75 min), 6 readings, 1 quiz
8 videos
2.3.1.b Stochastic Processes10m
2.3.1.c Power Spectral Density18m
2.3.1.d Filtering Random Processes4m
2.3.2.a Optimal Least Squares10m
2.3.2.b LPC Speech Coding7m
2.3.2.c The LMS Filter8m
2.3.2.d Echo Cancellation4m
6 readings
Introduction8m
What have we learned?5m
Introduction3m
What have we learned?10m
Practice Homework10m
Notes and Supplementary Material5m
1 practice exercise
Homework for Module 2.3

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