# Lecture Notes

**Lecture Notes (.pdf files)**

As stated in the course description, this course has a variety of required pre-requisite knowledge, including linear algebra, complex arithmetic, sums/series, and calculus.

Here are some good places to refresh your knowledge of math:

You better print out all the notes for a chapter **before** we begin that chapter and bring them to each class.

**Reference Books: **

- Signals and Systems
**,** **Linear Systems and Signals**, B.P.Lathi, Roger Green**Signals and Systems: A MATLABÂ® Integrated Approach****,**Oktay Alkin

### SYLLABUS

SYLLABUS

- Introduction
- Discrete-time and Continuous-time signals properties
- Energy and power signals. Linear systems and impulse response.
- Stable LTI systems, convolution and correlation.
- Fourier series representation of periodic signals.
- Fourier transform.
- Special property of Fourier transform and Fourier series.
- Midterm.
- Filtering and bandwidth definition of systems and signals.
- Z-Transfrom
- Nyquist-Shannon sampling theorem.
- Relation between Fourier transform and Fourier series coefficient.
- Discrete Fourier series, discrete time Fourier transform and discrete Fourier transform for discrete-time signals.
- Amplitude and phase modulation.