STUDENTS WORK WITH CONVOLUTION, CORRELATION, COMPLEX NUMBERS, LAPLACE & z-TRANSFORMS MATH, IN THE REAL WORLD
The Emona ETT-101-40 Signal Systems add-on board for the Emona ETT-101/C Experimenter makes it possible for students to experience at first hand the interaction between the theory and mathematics of the digital signal processing, circuit analysis and signals and systems textbooks, with the real world of hardware and of signals in wires and waves.
ETT-101-40 Lab Manual – 15 comprehensive experiments
Easily integrated or adapt to suit your current signals and systems course
The accompanying 15 experiment Lab Manual covers introductory level experiments, designed to provide hands on exercises covering most of the key concepts and challenges in an undergraduate Signal Processing and Signals & Systems courses.
The Emona ETT-101-40 add-on board enables students to patch together continuous time and discrete-time systems in real hardware for circuit theory, digital signal processing and signals & systems courses.
The common reaction of early students when confronted with “Complex Analysis” is one of confusion and regression to “rote-learning” in order to survive the examination process. This manual has as its predominant aim to create real, “hands-on” implementation of the theory, in such a way that the student can directly articulate and connect the mathematical abstractions with real world implementations. It is a journey of personal discovery where the motto is “why is it so ?”
EXPERIMENT CAPABILITIES – ETT-101-40 LAB MANUALS
Students implement experiments by patching together functional blocks – such as samplers, independent adders, integrators, unit delays, etc.
The ETT-101-40 hardware, and lab manual experiments, can easily be integrated or adapted to suit your current signals and systems courses and text books.
ETT-101-40 Signals & Systems LAB MANUAL – Volume 5
(15 Chapters, 320 pages)
- Special signals – characteristics & applications
- Systems: Linear and non-linear
- Unraveling convolution
- Integration, correlation & matched filters
- Exploring complex & exponential functions
- A fourier series analysis
- Spectrum analysis of various signals
- Time domain synthesis of an RC circuit
- Poles & zeros in the Laplace domain
- Sampling and aliasing
- Analog-digital conversion
- Discrete-time structures: Finite Impulse Response (FIR) filters
- Poles & zeros in the z plane with IIR systems
- Practical aspects of discrete time structures
- Design & implement filters from specification