Signals and Systems Part 4 - Discrete Transform Concepts


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Course Number: V06M



The courses are divided into four modules that cover the fundamentals of Signals and Systems theory, including the basic concepts of analog and digital signal processing. Time and frequency domain concepts will be discussed, including Fourier and Laplace methods. MatLab© programs (m files) will be provided to execute many of the required analyses. The normal mathematical background of a graduate engineer is required.

This fourth course in the Signals and System Series addresses Discrete Transform Concepts:

This course can be taken by itself; however, an understanding of the fundamentals is essential for the Remaining courses.

Successfully complete all 4 courses within a two year time period and receive an Signals and Systems Series Certificate to acknowledge your competence in this topic area.

Purchase Options: Each course can be purchased separately. However, it is recommended that most students take all six courses, and in the recommended order (1,2,3,4), since there is some cross-referencing between courses.

Signals and Systems Series- Four courses, 12 hours = 1.2 CEUs 

  • Signals and Systems- Fundamentals (V06J) three hours
  • Signals and Systems- Fourier concepts (V06K) three hours
  • Signals and Systems- Analog transform concepts (V06L) three hours
  • Signals and Systems- Discrete transform concepts (V06M) three hours

Target Audience:

These courses are designed for engineers and scientists unfamiliar with the fundamental tools of signal processing, and/or those desiring a refresher course in the foundations of this subject.  The normal background of a graduate engineers is required.

Course Instructor:
Dr. Charles A. Gross

Course Length: 3 Hours, ( 0. 3CEUs or 3PDHs or 3CPCs )

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