Syllabus academic year 2010/2011
(Created 2010-07-25.)
Credits: 6. Grading scale: TH. Cycle: G2 (First Cycle). Main field: Technology. Language of instruction: The course will be given in Swedish. EITF15 overlaps following cours/es: ESS040 and ETT080. Compulsory for: Pi3. Course coordinator: Universitetslektor Martin Stridh,, Electrical and Information Technology. Recommended prerequisits: FMAF01 Analytic Functions, FMAF05 Systems and Transforms, FMS045 Stationary Stochastic Processes. Assessment: Written exam, fulfilled laboratory work and partial tests during the course. Home page:

We use daily equipments in which the signals are stored and treated digitally. From the basic signal processing used in CD-players to advanced processing used in MP3 coding of music, speech coding in GSM, digital video and image processing. The course gives the basic knowledge in digital signal processing and knowledge of signal properties in the time domain as well as in the frequency domain. Practical applications are from various areas, such as Communications, Multimedia, Medicine, Biology and Economics

Knowledge and understanding
For a passing grade the student must

Skills and abilities
For a passing grade the student must

Judgement and approach
For a passing grade the student must

The course deals with time discrete signals and systems. Items such as the Fourier Transform, the Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) and the z-transformed are treated in the course as well as some basic structures for implementation of digital filters. Also, system function and frequency functions are introduced as well as digital filters. Digital processing of analogue signals using A/D and D/A conversion is studied. In the laboratory work, practical applications of digital signal processing such as speech signals processing and biomedical signals processing are treated. Also, the course includes basic filter design using Matlab and digital signal processors (DSP).

Proakis, J G, Manolakis, D G: Digital Signal Processing. Principles, Algorithms and Applications, 4th edition, Pearson Prentice Hall, ISBN 0-13-187374-1 and additional material provided by the department.