Module Description

Module: Digital Signal Processing and Digital Filters

Courses:

TitleTypeHrs/WeekPeriod
Digital Signal Processing and Digital FiltersLecture3Winter Semester
Digital Signal Processing and Digital FiltersRecitation Section (large)1Winter Semester

Module Responsibility:

Prof. Gerhard Bauch

Admission Requirements:

None

Recommended Previous Knowledge:

  • Mathematics 1-3
  • Signals and Systems
  • Fundamentals of signal and system theory as well as random processes.
  • Fundamentals of spectral transforms (Fourier series, Fourier transform, Laplace transform)

Educational Objectives:

Professional Competence

Theoretical Knowledge

The students know and understand basic algorithms of digital signal processing. They are familiar with the spectral transforms of discrete-time signals and are able to describe and analyse signals and systems in time and image domain. They know basic structures of digital filters and can identify and assess important properties including stability. They are aware of the effects caused by quantization of filter coefficients and signals. They are familiar with the basics of adaptive filters. They can perform traditional and parametric methods of spectrum estimation, also taking a limited observation window into account.

Capabilities

The students are able to apply methods of digital signal processing to new problems. They can choose and parameterize suitable filter striuctures. In particular, the can design adaptive filters according to the minimum mean squared error (MMSE) criterion and develop an efficient implementation, e.g. based on the LMS or RLS algorithm. Furthermore, the students are able to apply methods of spectrum estimation and to take the effects of a limited observation window into account.

Personal Competence

Social Competence

The students can jointly solve specific problems.

Autonomy

The students are able to acquire relevant information from appropriate literature sources. They can control their level of knowledge during the lecture period by solving tutorial problems, software tools, clicker system.

ECTS-Credit Points Module:

6 ECTS

Examination:

Written exam

Workload in Hours:

Independent Study Time: 124, Study Time in Lecture: 56


Course: Digital Signal Processing and Digital Filters

Lecturer:

Gerhard Bauch

Language:

English

Period:

Winter Semester

Content:

  • Transforms of discrete-time signals:

    • Discrete-time Fourier Transform (DTFT)

    • Discrete Fourier-Transform (DFT), Fast Fourier Transform (FFT)

    • Z-Transform

  • Correspondence of continuous-time and discrete-time signals, sampling, sampling theorem

  • Fast convolution, Overlap-Add-Method, Overlap-Save-Method

  • Fundamental structures and basic types of digital filters

  • Characterization of digital filters using pole-zero plots, important properties of digital filters

  • Quantization effects

  • Design of linear-phase filters

  • Fundamentals of stochastic signal processing and adaptive filters

    • MMSE criterion

    • Wiener Filter

    • LMS- and RLS-algorithm

  • Traditional and parametric methods of spectrum estimation

Literature:

K.-D. Kammeyer, K. Kroschel: Digitale Signalverarbeitung. Vieweg Teubner.

V. Oppenheim, R. W. Schafer, J. R. Buck: Zeitdiskrete Signalverarbeitung. Pearson StudiumA. V.

W. Hess: Digitale Filter. Teubner.

Oppenheim, R. W. Schafer: Digital signal processing. Prentice Hall.

S. Haykin:  Adaptive flter theory.

L. B. Jackson: Digital filters and signal processing. Kluwer.

T.W. Parks, C.S. Burrus: Digital filter design. Wiley.