Discrete Time Systems and Signal Processing
Anna University - Electrical and Electronics Engineering - SEM IV


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Curriculum

Total Chapters: 3 83 Videos

Chapter No. 1 : Introduction to Signals and System

   

Introduction to Signals and Systems

Preview 8.58

Types of Signals - Continuous and Discrete Time Signals

Preview 10.58

Classification of Signals - Energy Signals and Power Signals

20.47

Energy Signals and Power Signals - Problem 1

9.12

Energy Signals and Power Signals - Problem 2

9.54

Energy Signals and Power Signals - Problem 3

12.41

Energy Signals and Power Signals - Problem 4

7.11

Energy Signals and Power Signals - Problem 5

6.48

Energy Signals and Power Signals - Problem 6

14.44

Energy Signals and Power Signals - Problem 7

10.01

Energy Signals and Power Signals - Problem 8

18.01

Energy Signals and Power Signals - Problem 9

7.14

Energy Signals and Power Signals - Problem 10

9.42

Table of Energy & Power of different signals

9.12

Periodic and Non-Periodic Signals

8.16

Periodicity of Discrete Time Signals

11.39

Periodicity of Continuous and Related Discrete Time Signals

28.52

Periodicity of Continuous Time Signals - Problem 1

3.53

Periodicity of Continuous Time Signals - Problem 2

4.33

Periodicity of Continuous Time Signals - Problem 3

12.22

Periodicity of Continuous Time Signals - Problem 4

13.08

Periodicity of Continuous Time Signals - Problem 5

9.32

Periodicity of Continuous Time Signals - Problem 6

5.52

Time Reversal Operation of a Signal

7.16

Time Shifting Operation of a Signal

13.36

Even & odd Signals

23.57

Even & odd Signals - Probem 1

19.29

Even & odd Signals - Probem 2

16.51

Even & odd Signals - Probem 3

9.22

Even & odd Signals - Probem 4

17.14

Even & odd Signals - Probem 5

10.38

Even & odd Signals - Probem 6

24.49

Even & odd Signals - Probem 7

11.32

Even & odd Signals - Probem 8

9.07

Basic Signal Operation - Problem 1

16

Basic Signal Operation - Problem 2

19.48

Basic Signal Operation - Problem 3

32.55

Definition of Systems - Continuous and Discrete Time Systems

11.2

System with and Without Memory - Basic System properties

9.26

Invertibility and Inverse System - Basic System properties

10.25

Stability - Basic System properties

6.3

Time Invarience - Basic System properties

4.43

Linearity - Basic System properties

8.1

Basic System Properties - Problem 1

14.29

Basic System Properties - Problem 3

11.35

Basic System Properties - Problem 4

17.52

Basic System Properties - Problem 5

15

Basic System Properties - Problem 6

12.37

Basic System Properties - Problem 7

5.42

Chapter No. 2 : Z-Transform

   

Properties of ROC of Z-Transform

Preview 17.52

Linearity property of Z- Transform

Preview 8.22

Time Shifting property of Z-Transform

7.53

Time Reversal property of Z-Transform

10.07

Scaling in Z-domain property of Z-Transform

5.47

Differentiation in Z-domain property of Z-Transform

4.1

Initial & Final Value theorem of Z-Transform

10.39

Convolution Property using Z-Transform

19.18

Convolution Property using Z-Transform - Problem

21.42

Inverse Z-Transform - Problem 1

20.24

Inverse Z-Transform - Problem 2

14.04

Unilateral & Bilateral Z-transform with properties of Unilateral Z-transform

18.06

Causality & Stability for Discrete Time System Concept

11.29

Solution to Difference Equation - Problem 1 using Z-Transform

4.42

Solution to Difference Equation - Problem 2 using Z-Transform

18.26

Frequency Shifting Property of Continuous Time Fourier Transform

6.1

Time & Frequency Scaling Property of Continuous Time Fourier Transform

14.03

Time reversal property of Continuous Time Fourier Transform

5.2

Discrete Time Convolution Sum

38.34

Discrete Time Convolution

21.54

Discrete Time Convolution - Problem 1

33.09

Discrete Time Convolution - Problem 2

28.03

Discrete Time Convolution - Problem 3

12.21

Discrete Time Convolution - Problem 4

22.26

Discrete Time Convolution - Problem 5

29.51

Convolution of Continuous Time Signals

9.58

Convolution of Continuous Time Signals - Problem 1

12.56

Convolution of Continuous Time Signals - Problem 2

20.25

Chapter No. 3 : Fourier Transforms

   

Concept of Fourier Transform

Preview 34.05

Continuous Time Fourier Transform - Problem 1

Preview 10.27

Continuous Time Fourier Transform - Problem 2

10.52

Continuous Time Fourier Transform - Problem 3

4.02

Continuous Time Fourier Transform - Problem 4

12.18

Properties of Continuous Time Fourier Transform

15.31

Instructor Biography

Hemant Jadhav, Instructor and Teacher

Professor Hemant Jadhav is on a mission to change a student’s attitude while studying B.E.E (Basics of Electrical & Electronics Engineering). He has earned his B.E in Electrical Engineering from SPCE, University of Mumbai. And additionally an M.Tech from Indian institute of Technology (IIT-B). Presently he is an associate professor at Vidyalankar Institute of Technology (VIT), Mumbai. He has a vast experience in both research & teaching. His area of specialization includes Electrical Engineering, Power System, Power Electronics, Control System, and Electrical Machines. He is dedicated to Ekeeda to share his abundant set of knowledge and bless his students with concrete concepts.

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