RES.6-007 | Spring 2011 | Undergraduate

Signals and Systems


1 Introduction (PDF) (PDF)
2 Signals and systems: Part I (PDF) (PDF)
3 Signals and systems: Part II (PDF) (PDF)
4 Convolution (PDF) (PDF)
5 Properties of linear, time-invariant systems (PDF) (PDF)
6 Systems represented by differential and difference equations (PDF) (PDF)
7 Continuous-time Fourier series (PDF) (PDF)
8 Continuous-time Fourier transform (PDF) (PDF)
9 Fourier transform properties (PDF) (PDF)
10 Discrete-time Fourier series (PDF) (PDF)
11 Discrete-time Fourier transform (PDF) (PDF)
12 Filtering (PDF) (PDF)
13 Continuous-time modulation (PDF) (PDF)
14 Demonstration of amplitude modulation (PDF) (PDF)
15 Discrete-time modulation (PDF) (PDF)
16 Sampling (PDF) (PDF)
17 Interpolation (PDF) (PDF)
18 Discrete-time processing of continuous-time signals (PDF) (PDF)
19 Discrete-time sampling (PDF) (PDF)
20 The Laplace transform (PDF) (PDF)
21 Continuous-time second-order systems (PDF) (PDF)
22 The z-transform (PDF) (PDF)
23 Mapping continuous-time filters to discrete-time filters (PDF) (PDF)
24 Butterworth filters (PDF) (PDF)
25 Feedback (PDF) (PDF)
26 Feedback example: The inverted pendulum (PDF) (PDF)

Course Info

As Taught In
Spring 2011
Learning Resource Types
Problem Sets with Solutions
Lecture Notes
Lecture Videos