EE 422G Signal and Systems II
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Cheung (cheung at engr.uky.edu)
Office: 687B FPAT (7-9113 or 7-1257 ext. 80299)
Office hours: TTh, 9:30am-11:00am
Qian Sang (Qian.Sang
Office: 510A CRMS (7-6262 ext.432)
Regular class: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm
Final Examination : TBD
EE422G is a continuation of the analysis of signals and
linear systems with an emphasis on feedback and discrete-time systems. Topics
include the Laplace and Z-transforms, state-variable
techniques, discrete-time signal and system modeling, analysis and design of
digital filters, discrete and fast Fourier Transform algorithms.
Expected outcomes of student learning
- Analyze linear
continuous-time systems with the Laplace
- Characterize input-output
relationships of linear time-invariant discrete- and continuous-time
systems using impulse responses, transfer functions, and state-variable
- Analyze discrete-time systems
with the difference equations and Z-transforms.
- Design basic analog and
digital filters as well as feedback control systems.
- Analyze discrete-time signals
with the (discrete) Fast Fourier transform.
- Use Matlab
to implement signal and system algorithms
Your grade will be based on:
Homework and Quiz
(same day as the final)
- The letter grade assignment is based on the following scale: from
100 to 90 pts => A, from 89 to 80 pts. => B, from 79 to 70 pts =>
C, from 60 to 69 pts. => D, from 59 to 0 pts. => E.
- Homework will be assigned
weekly and is due in class. Each student must do
his or her homework.
- Late homework will not be
accepted without prior notice. NO EXCEPTION.
- Pop quizzes will be given to
assess class attendance. They are open-book.
- Three midterms and a
comprehensive final will be given. They are closed-book and cheat sheets
- Students who have turned in
all homework and taken all the quizzes will automatically receive full
credits for his/her final.
- Failure to take a midterm
during the assigned class period will result in a grade of zero for that
test. Make-up exams will be given if the student contacts the instructor
prior to the exam and receives permission to make up for the test.
Homework and exams are based on the online lectures notes.
421G Signals and Systems I (required)
322 Matrix Algebra (not required but highly recommended to be taken at least
knowledge of Matlab