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ECET 3620 Signals and Systems Analysis
Analysis of continuous -time signals occurring in circuits and systems containing linear and nonlinear elements. Analysis methods include graphical techniques, Laplace transform, Fourier analysis, convolution, and difference equations. Fundamental topics regarding AM and FM communication systems, Bode plots for transfer functions of arbitrary complexity, classical filter responses, and practical second-order filter designs are also presented. An introduction to discrete-time systems including sampling theory is also covered. MathCad and PSpice are utilized in conjunction with some of the computational laboratory exercises.
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