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AKCE/PM/C-V/PRN/7.5.

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ARULMIGU KALASALINGAM COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING


ANAND NAGAR, KRISHNANKOIL - 626 190.

DEPARTMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL ENGINEERING

COURSE PLAN

SUBJECT NAME : DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING/ EC1361

STAFF NAME : M.P.Rajasekaran

III Year / V Sem

1. Pre-requisite:

a. Fundamentals of Fourier Transform & Fourier series.

2. Objectives :

To study about types of Signals & systems & different types of transform used for
signal processing
.
3. Learning outcome and end use:

Knowledge about Signal processing, Architecture, Programming of TMS320C50 &


ADSP kit.

4. REFERENCE BOOK :

 R1.Openheim A.V., and Shaefer R.W., Discrete Time Signal Processing, Prentice
Hall, NJ, 1980.
 R2.Proakis J.G. and Manolakis, D.G., Introduction to Digital Signal Processing,
Maxwell Macwilliam International Edition, London, 1989.
 R3.Antonian A., Digital Filters analysis and Design, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing
Co., New Delhi, 198.
 R4.Stanley W.D., Digital Signal Processing, Restion Publishing House, 1989.

5. Web resources :

 www.DSPguide.com- 24 units covering the syllabus.


 rleweb.mit.edu/Publications/pr141/ acrobat/Rep141-iii.2.1.pdf
 www.pentek.com/products/GetLit.CFM/ wp021802.pdf?Filename=wp021802.pdf -
 www.dspfactory.com/pdf/Embedded_DSP.pdf
 www.ecs.umass.edu/ece/tessier/jvsp00.pdf
 www.analog.com/UploadedFiles/Application_Notes/ 617780679AN334.pdf -
 www.caip.rutgers.edu/~rabinkin/Multirate.pdf
6. Lesson Plan
Sl.No Topics Book Periods Cumulative
Hours
UNIT -I
DISCRETE TIME SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
1. Classification of systems: Continuous, R1&R2 2 2
discrete, linear, causal, stable, dynamic,
recursive, time variance;
2. classification of signals: continuous and 1 3
discrete, energy and power
3. Mathematical representation of signals; 2 5
spectral density; sampling techniques,
quantization, quantization error, Nyquist
rate, aliasing effect.
4. Digital signal representation, analog to 1 6
digital conversion.
5. Periodic and pulse signals Examples of 1 7
sequences , pulse step, impulse, ramp,
sine and exponential
6. Differential equations Linear time 2 9
invariant, Stability, Causality
UNIT - II
Z-TRANSFORM
6. Z-transform and its properties R1&R2 2 11
7. Inverse Z-transform 1 12
8. Convolution 2 14
9. Discrete Fourier series – properties 1 15
10. difference equation – Solution by z- 1 16
transform
11. application to discrete systems - Stability 1 17
analysis, frequency response
12. Fourier transforms of discrete sequence – 1 18
Discrete Fourier series.
UNIT- III
FAST FOURIER TRANSFORM (FFT)
14. Introduction to Radix 2 FFT’s 1 19
15. Decimation in time FFT algorithm R2&R4 2 21
16. Decimation in frequency FFT algorithm 2 23
17. Computing inverse DFT using FFT 2 25
18. Mixed radix FFT algorithm 2 27
UNITY - IV
IIR AND FIR FLTER DESIGN
19. FIR & IIR filter realization – Parallel & R2&R3 1 28
cascade forms
20. FIR design: Windowing Techniques – 2 30
Need and choice of windows – Linear
phase characteristics
21. IIR design –Bi linear transform method – 6 36
Impulse invariant method – step –
invariance method
UNIT - V
PROGRAMMABLE DSP CHIPS
22. Architecture and features of TMS 320C54 5 41
signal processing chip Course
23. Quantisation effects in designing digital material 4 45
filters.

Sl.No Monthly Topics


Test
1 I 1-10
2 II 11-20
3 III 21-23

7. Seminar Topics:
 Architecture of DSP processors.
 Applications of DSP processors-TMS320C50, ADSP 2181.

8. Additional topics:
 Introduction to Embedded systems.
 Architecture of Embedded systems.
 Programming of Embedded systems.
 Real time applications on embedded systems.

9. Related books & Magazines:


IEEE transaction on signal processing.

10. Related Experiments:

 Basic programs in MATLAB- signal generations.


 Programming of DSP TMS320C50 processors.

11. Tutorials: Enclosure I

STAFF INCHARGE HOD/ICE


M.P.Rajasekaran