Lectures: MTWRF, 10:00am-11:20am, 1015 ECEB
Lab AB1: Wednesdays, 8:00am-9:50am, 4072 ECEB
Lab AB2: Thursdays, 8:00am-9:50am, 4072 ECEB
Xu Chen, email@example.com, 5038 ECEB
Elad Yarkony, firstname.lastname@example.org, Section AB1, Homeworks
Binghui Wang, email@example.com, Section AB2, Labs
Prof. Erhan Kudeki, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kudeki & Munson, Analog Signals and Systems, Prentice Hall, 2009. Corrections to the text book (errata)
Useful tables (Fourier series, Fourier transform, convolution, delta function, and Laplace transform)
ECE 210 is the first mathematically oriented course in the electrical and computer engineering curricula. The course begins by building on the circuit analysis concepts you learned in ECE 110 and then progresses into the more abstract world of Fourier and Laplace transforms. Much of what we will do will rely on your background in calculus. Our goal will be to apply mathematical tools to the analysis and design of signal processing systems, culminating in a thorough understanding of an AM radio receiver and the ability to design simple filters. ECE 210 deals with the processing of continuous-time, or analog signals. The follow-on course, ECE 310, covers the processing of sampled, or digital signals.
ECE 210 course description
ECE 210 class schedule
ECE 211 is the first half of ECE 210. Students in ECE 211 should attend lectures approximately through Friday, July 6 (Chapters 1 through 6 in the course textbook).
ECE 211 course description
ECE 211 class schedule
|Grading for ECE 210||Grading for ECE 211|
|Midterm Exams (3)||45%||Exam 1 (Midterm)||35%|
|Final Exam||23%||Exam 2 (Final)||45%|
It is the student's responsibility to check that the correct grades are entered in Compass 2g. There will be no changes after a week past the lecture date when the corresponding homework, exam, quiz, pre-lab or lab is returned (missing that lecture or not picking up the document does not extend the timeframe).