ELEC3104: Digital Signal Processing

ELEC3104: Digital Signal Processing (UNSW). Taught by Professor E. Ambikairajah, this course provides an introduction to digital signal processing. Signal Processing is the process of measuring, manipulating or analysing information. Signals of interest include biomedical data, audio, still or moving images, radar, and even DNA. Filtering techniques can be crucial in revealing and interpreting information present in a signal. ELEC3104 Digital Signal Processing is an introductory signal processing course which takes students through the steps necessary to design and implement filters for a range of signals.

Lecture 01 - Signals and Systems
Lecture 02 - Discrete-Time System
Lecture 03 - Introduction to Z-Transform
Lecture 04 - Fourier Representation of Signal
Lecture 5A - Digital Signal Processing
Lecture 5B - Digital Signal Processing
Lecture 5C - Digital Signal Processing
Lecture 06 - Discrete-Time Fourier Transform
Lecture 07 - Analogue Filter Design
Lecture 8A - Digital Filter Design
Lecture 8B - Digital Filter Design
Lecture 09 - Multirate Digital Signal Processing