EEE311: Signals and Systems

  1. Germain (Germ) Drolet
    Tel: (613) 541-6000, ext: 6192 (office: S4100)
    Email: drolet-g@rmc.ca

  2. 3 lectures per week
    2 tutorials/labs per week

  3. Marking scheme:
    Midterm #1: 10%  
    Midterm #2: 10%  
    Lab reports: 20%  
    Final: 60%  

  4. Main reference:
    Course notes available below.

    Additional references (don't really need):

    1. A.V. Oppenheim, A.S. Willsky, Signals and Systems, Prentice Hall, Second Edition, August 1996, ISBN 0138147574.
    2. B. P. Lathi, Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems, Oxford University Press, Third Edition, March 1998, ISBN-10: 0195110099, ISBN-13: 978-0195110098.

  5. Calendar description:

    EEE311: Signals and Systems

    The concepts of signals and systems arise in a wide variety of areas, such as communications, speech and image processing, and biomedical engineering. This course deals with signals, systems, and transforms, from their theoretical mathematical foundations to practical implementation in communication systems. Students completing this course will understand transfer functions and system responses in both the time and frequency domains, and will be able to perform system modelling, analysis and design. Modern computational software and laboratory equipment are used extensively for simulation and real-time signal processing. Topics include: Fourier analysis of signals; linear systems and filters; sampling theory; filter design and implementation; probability theory, random variables, and random processes.

    Pre-requisite(s): EEE310 and MAE325
    Semester: Usually offered in the Winter
    Contact Hours: 3-2-5
    Credit: 1

  6. Use of mathematical software is encouraged: MAPLE, C programming language, MATLAB, MATHEMATICA, ...

  7. Reminder ...
    Academic misconduct, including plagiarism, cheating, and other violations of academic ethics, is a serious academic infraction for which penalties may range from a recorded caution to expulsion from the College. The RMCC Academic Regulations Section 23 defines plagiarism as: ``Using the work of others and attempting to present it as original thought, prose or work. This includes failure to appropriately acknowledge a source, misrepresentation of cited work, and misuse of quotation marks or attribution.'' It also includes ``the failure to acknowledge that work has been submitted for credit elsewhere.'' All students should consult the published statements on Academic Misconduct contained in the Royal Military College of Canada Undergraduate Calendar, Section 23.

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Course Notes

Extras:

Formulas:

Labs:

Midterms:
First Midterm Tuesday 5 February 2019 $ \longrightarrow$ (answers)
Second Midterm Friday 15 March 2019 $ \longrightarrow$ (answers)

Quizzes de l'année académique 2016 - 2017:
1er Quiz lundi le 23 janvier 2017 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
2ème Quiz mardi le 7 février 2017 $ \longrightarrow$ (réponses)
3ème Quiz mardi le 7 mars 2017 $ \longrightarrow$ (réponses)
4ème Quiz mardi le 21 mars 2017 $ \longrightarrow$ (réponses)
5ème Quiz lundi le 10 avril 2017 $ \longrightarrow$ (réponses)

Quizzes de l'année académique 2015 - 2016:
1er Quiz lundi le 25 janvier 2016 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
2ème Quiz lundi le 8 février 2016 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
3ème Quiz lundi le 7 mars 2016 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
4ème Quiz lundi le 21 mars 2016 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)

Quizzes de l'année académique 2014 - 2015:
1er Quiz mercredi le 21 janvier 2015 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
2ème Quiz mercredi le 4 février 2015 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
3ème Quiz mercredi le 4 mars 2015 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
4ème Quiz mercredi le 25 mars 2015 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
5ème Quiz (optionnel) mercredi le 8 avril 2015 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)

Quizes from academic year 2012 - 2013:
1st Quiz Tuesday 22 January 2013 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
2nd Quiz Tuesday 5 February 2013 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
3rd Quiz Friday 01 March 2013 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
4th Quiz Tuesday 19 March 2013 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
5th Quiz (optional) Friday 5 April 2013 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)

Quizes from academic year 2011 - 2012:
1st Quiz Tuesday 24 January 2012 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
2nd Quiz Tuesday 7 February 2012 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
3rd Quiz Tuesday 28 February 2012 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
4th Quiz Tuesday 13 March 2012 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
5th Quiz Tuesday 27 March 2012 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)

Quizes from academic year 2010 - 2011:
1st Quiz Wednesday 26 January 2011 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
2nd Quiz Wednesday 9 February 2011 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
3rd Quiz Wednesday 2 March 2011 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
4th Quiz Wednesday 23 March 2011 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
5th (optional) Quiz Wednesday 06 April 2011 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)


Final Exam from academic year 2018-2019 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)

Examen final de l'année académique 2016-2017 $ \longrightarrow$ (réponses)
Examen final de l'année académique 2015-2016 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
Examen final de l'année académique 2014-2015 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)

Final Exam from academic year 2012-2013 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
Final Exam from academic year 2011-2012 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)
Final Exam from academic year 2010-2011 $ \longrightarrow$ (solutions)

External links:
JAVA applet illustrating some digital signal processing operations: http://www.falstad.com/
JAVA applet illustrating the convolution: http://www.jhu.edu/signals/





Germain Drolet 2019-05-06