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Analog and Digital Signal Processing 1 - Sylabus

1. Signal categorization, description and basic properties, operations in time domain, special signals (allowance 3/2)
2. Representation of continuous periodic signals in frequency domain, power and energy conditions. Analysis of selected signals. (allowance 3/4)
3. Representation of continuous non periodic signals in frequency domain, power and energy conditions. Analysis of selected signals. (allowance 3/4)
4. Representation of discrete non periodic signals in frequency domain, power and energy conditions. Analysis of selected signals. (allowance 3/2)
5. Ideal sampling, first kind sampling, second kind sampling, reconstruction from samples (allowance 3/1)
6. Representation of discrete periodic signals in frequency domain, power and energy conditions. Analysis of selected signals. (allowance 3/3)
7. Fast algorithms for DFT comutation, properties, usage, limitations (allowance 3/3)
8. Continuous and discrete systems (allowance 9/4)
     a. Laplace transform and Z transform, properties, description, relation, examples
     b. Systems - categorization
     c. Analog systems, impulse response, description in time and transform domain, stability
     d. Discrete systems, impulse response, description in time and transform domain, stability

9. Analog modulations (allowance 6/1)
     a. Amplitude modulation, description in time and frekvency, power conditions and properties
     b. Angle modulations - frequency and phase modulation, relationship, properties