ASS - Analogue signals and systems

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Long name Analogue signals and systems
Approving CModule ASS_BaET
Prof. Dr. Andreas Lohner
Professor Fakultät IME
Level Bachelor
Semester in the year winter semester
Duration Semester
Hours in self-study 78
Prof. Dr. Andreas Lohner
Professor Fakultät IME
Requirements basic courses mathematics and electrical engineering
Language German
Separate final exam Yes
Carlson, G. E.: Signal and Linear System Analysis, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Girod, B.: Einführung in die Systemtheorie, Teubner Verlag
Lücke, H. D.: Signalübertragung, Springer-Verlag
von Grünigen, D. Ch.: Digitale Signalverarbeitung, Fachbuchverlag Leipzig
Final exam
study-accompanying tests and a final exam
Minimum standard
50 % of the maximum score
Exam Type
study-accompanying tests and a final exam

Learning goals

Introduction to signals and systems
convolution in time domain
Fourier transform of analog signals
correlation functions
system representation in frequency domain; frequency response
Laplace transform; transfer function; stability of a system
Bode diagram
ideal analogue filter
sampling of analog signals

Analysis and modeling of electrical networks
Expenditure classroom teaching
Type Attendance (h/Wk.)
Lecture 3
Exercises (whole course) 0
Exercises (shared course) 1
Tutorial (voluntary) 1
Special literature
Special requirements
Accompanying material
Lecture slides as pdf document
Exercises with sample solution
Former exams
Literature on the topic
Separate exam
Exam Type
solving exercises within limited functional / methodical scope
There are at max. three unannounced practice appointments with one exercise each for the current substance. There are max. two points per test achievable, which will be credited to the candidate at the exam, if at least the grade 4.0 (without test points) would have been achieved.
Minimum standard
At the exam, at least 50% of the points are to pass.

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