Chair of
Multimedia Communications and Signal Processing
Prof. Dr.-Ing. André Kaup

Digital Signal Processing Lab Course

Lecturers:Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Seiler
Dr.-Ing. Heinrich Löllmann
M.Sc. Andreas Brendel
Type:Practical Course
Lecture language:German, English
Time Lecture:Timeslots will be announced
Credit Points:2.5 ECTS
Prerequisites:Lecture Digital Signal Processing (same or previous term); MATLAB programming basics

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Overview

In this laboratory course the theory from the lecture Digital Signal Processing is applied in practice, using the programming environment MATLAB. The topics include quantization, spectral analysis, FIR and IIR filter design, filter banks and adaptive filters.

The course requires previous experience in MATLAB programming. It is possible take the course in parallel to the DSP lecture. However, revision of the relevant lecture contents before each lab lesson, and participitation in the DSP exercises and tutorials is required.

The course consists of 5 lessons in which students work on programming problems in groups of two, and a 5-day block course where each group works on an individual project from the field of digital signal processing. The results of the previous excersises as well as the preparation of the excersises will be examined by a short written test at the beginning of each unit.
 

Organization

Registration via StudOn is required. The registration will be open from Oct. 10 to Nov. 6, 2017. Important: due to the number of expected participants, the course will be offered in two time slots. More information will be offered soon...