Topics and Notes Summary
Apr. 27 F 
Last day of class; course wrap up Remember: Final Exam, 4:00PM on Tuesday, May 1. Regular class room. Exam is comprehensive. Closed book, one handwritten sheet of notes OK. Bring a calculator and pencil. 
Apr. 26 Th  (no lab this week) 
Apr. 25 W  No EELE 477 class this day (instructor out of town) 
Apr. 23 M  Course review; discuss practice final exam 
Apr. 20 F  Intro to adaptive signal processing. 
Apr. 19 Th  Lab: Report for Lab #11 due at the start of the lab period. Work on Lab #12. The lab memo report is due by the last day of class (4/27/18). 
Apr. 18 W 
Shorttime Fourier Transform (STFT) examples. clean_speech noisy_speech block_fft.m D2L Quiz assigned: two attempts before 11:59PM on Tuesday, April 24. 
Apr. 16 M 
DSP hardware architecture (cont.) Practice problems (not to turn in): textbook P9.7; P9.9; P10.2; P10.13; P10.14 
Apr. 13 F 
Working with secondorder sections. Summary of "DSP microprocessor architecture" principles and functions. 
Apr. 12 Th 
Lab: Report for Lab #10 due at the start of the lab period. Work on Lab #11. The lab memo report is due at the start of next lab session. 
Apr. 11 W  Inverse Z transforms and working with system functions H(z) and h(n) 
Apr. 9 M 
IIR systems: poles and zeros Return and discuss Exam #2 
Apr. 6 F 
Midterm Exam #2 in class Closed book, one sheet of handwritten notes and a calculator allowed. 
Apr. 5 Th 
Lab: Report for Lab #9 due at the start of the lab period. Work on Lab #10. The lab memo report is due at the start of next lab session. 
Apr. 4 W 
Exam review. Continue with IIR systems 
Apr. 2 M 
Review direct form I and II, discuss transpose form. 
Mar. 30 F 
No MSU classes: University Day holiday 
Mar. 29 Th 
Lab: Report for Lab #8 due at the start of the lab period. Work on Lab #9. The lab memo report is due at the start of the next lab session. 
Mar. 28 W 
IIR systems NOTE that midterm exam #2 will be held during class time on Friday, April 6, 2018. Coverage will be through Monday, April 2. Exam will be closed book, with one sheet of handwritten notes and a calculator allowed. 
Mar. 26 M 
zplane discussion and examples of filter design D2L Quiz assigned: two attempts before 11:59PM on Tuesday, April 3. 
Mar. 23 F 
ztransform examples 
Mar. 22 Th 
Lab: Report for Lab #7 due at the start of the lab period. Work on Lab #8. The lab memo report is due at the start of the next lab session. 
Mar. 21 W 
ztransform properties (cont.) Matlab example zplane visualization app: zview.m 
Mar. 19 M 
ztransform properties Practice problems (not to turn in): textbook P6.14; P7.1; P7.4; P7.8; P8.3 
Mar. 1216 MF 
No MSU classes: spring break 
Mar. 9 F 
ztransform introduction 
Mar. 8 Th 
Lab: Report for Lab #6 due at the start of the lab period. Work on Lab #7. The lab memo report is due at the start of the next lab session (after spring break). 
Mar. 7 W 
Operations with the DFT: circular convolution, frequencydomain filtering Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) algorithms to compute the DFT 
Mar. 5 M 
DFT (cont.) 
Mar. 2 F 
DFT (cont.) D2L Quiz assigned: two attempts before 11:30PM on March 7. 
Mar. 1 Th 
Lab: Report for Lab #5 due at the start of the lab period. Work on Lab #6. The lab memo report is due next week at the start of lab. 
Feb. 28 W 
The discrete Fourier transform (DFT): sampling in the frequency domain Practice problems (not to turn in): textbook P6.3; P6.4; P6.10; P6.13 
Feb. 26 M 
DTFT formulation and properties 
Feb. 23 F 
Wrapup FIR systems and begin discretetime Fourier transform (DTFT).

Feb. 22 Th 
Lab: Report for Lab #4 due at the start of the lab period. Work on Lab #5. The lab memo report is due next week at the start of lab. 
Feb. 21 W 
FIR filter structures, frequency response, and examples. Return Exam #1. Practice problems (not to turn in): textbook P5.1; P5.10; P5.11; P5.18 
Feb. 19 M 
MSU holiday: Presidents' Day (no class) 
Feb. 16 F 
Midterm Exam #1 in class. 50 minutes. Open book and notes. You may bring a calculator and pen/pencil. Coverage through Friday, Feb. 9. 
Feb. 15 Th 
No lab this week: continue work on Lab #4 music synthesis. 
Feb. 14 W 
No class this day (instructor out of town) 
Feb. 12 M 
Discuss practice exam problems. Exam format review. Continue FIR content. 
Feb. 9 F 
More FIR material. Practice problems (not to turn in): textbook P4.4; P4.7; P4.16(a); P4.26 
Feb. 8 Th 
Lab: Report for Lab #3 due at the start of the lab period. Work on Lab #4. The lab memo report is due in two weeks at the start of lab (no lab period on 2/15/18) 
Feb. 7 W 
FIR concepts and characteristics. 
Feb. 5 M 
Begin FIR filter material (chapter 5) D2L Quiz assigned: two attempts before 10AM on February 9. 
Feb. 2 F 
Sampling and spectral viewpoint, conclusion. 
Feb. 1 Th 
Lab: Report for Lab #2 due at the start of the lab period. Work on Lab #3. The lab memo report is due at the start of the lab period next week (2/8/18). 
Jan. 31 W 
Sampling and spectral viewpoint. (Quiz due by 9AM this day) 
Jan. 29 M 
Finish spectral introduction, start Chapter 4 material on sampling. Practice problems (not to turn in): textbook P3.7, P3.9, P3.13, P3.20, P3.27 
Jan. 26 F 
Instantaneous frequency. Musical frequency representation. D2L Quiz assigned: two attempts before 9AM on January 31. 
Jan. 25 Th 
Lab: Report for Lab #1 due at the start of the lab period. Work on Lab #2. Please print out the instructor validation sheet (.pdf file on D2L) prior to the lab session and bring it with you. The lab memo report is due at the start of the lab period next week (2/1/2018). 
Jan. 24 W 
Matlab: vectorization and sumofsinusoids by matrix multiplication. Fourier analysis. 
Jan. 22 M 
Spectrum representation. Rotating phasors, twosided spectra. 
Jan. 19 F 
Finish Chapter 2 material. Start Chapter 3Spectrum Representation. Practice problems (not to turn in): from the textbook P2.4, P2.9, P2.11, P2.25 
Jan. 18 Th

Lab: Work on Lab #1 . Please print out a copy of the lab experiment (.pdf file on D2L) prior to the lab session and bring it with you. The lab memo report is due at the start of the lab period next week (1/25/2018). 
Jan. 17 W

Complex exponentials, phasors, and periodic signals (cont.) 
Jan. 15 M

MSU holiday: Martin Luther King Day (no class) 
Jan. 12 F

Complex exponentials, phasors, and periodic signals

Jan. 11 Th

(no lab this week)

Jan. 10 W 
First class meeting at 10:00AM in Wilson Hall 1116 