2007-PHYS-241 Signal Processing
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The labs are aimed at teaching techniques and basic skills with instrumentation.
- Instructors: Dominic Ryan (Winter '07)
- TAs: Laboratory: Thana Ghunaim, Shawn Foster; Assignments: Tobin Filleter, Jonathan Stolle
Contents
Marking Scheme
Laboratory Work | 15% |
Assignments | 15% |
Midterm Exam | 20% |
Final Exam | 50% |
- There will be no additional work available to improve marks.
- The lab component is essential. If you do not pass the lab, you will receive an "incomplete" for the course.
Course Material
All chapters and sub-chapters are taken from *Electronics: Circuits, Amplifiers and Gates* by D.V. Bugg, First (1999) Edition. Chapters in brackets are for the Second Edition. Also, all of the summaries for which sub-chapters are chosen should be read.
- Chapter 1: Voltage, Current and Resistance
- 1.3 Ohm's Law
- 1.6 Kirkhoff's Laws
- 1.7 Node Voltages
- 1.8 Earths
- 1.9 Superposition
- 1.10 Non-linear Elements in a Circuit
- 1.3 Ohm's Law
- Chapter 2: Thevenin and Norton
- 2.1 Thevenin's Theorem
- 2.2 How to Measure and
- 2.3 Current Sources
- 2.4 Norton's Theorem
- 2.5 General Remarks on Thevenin's and Norton's Theorem
- 2.6 Matching
- 2.7 Non-linearity
- 2.1 Thevenin's Theorem
- Chapter 3: Capacitance
- 3.1 Charge and Capacitance
- 3.2 Energy Stored in a Capacitor
- 3.5 Capacitors and Parallel
- 3.6 Capacitors in Series
- 3.7 The CR Transient
- 3.10 (3.9) Integration and Differentiation
- 3.11 Thevenin's Theorem Again
- 3.1 Charge and Capacitance
- Chapter 4: Alternating Current (AC); Bandwidth
- 4.1 Introduction
- 4.2 Power in a Resistor; RMS Quantities
- 4.3 Phase Relations
- 4.4 Response of a Capacitor to AC
- 4.5 Simple Filter Circuits
- 4.6 Power Factor
- 4.9 Noise and Bandwidth
- 4.1 Introduction
- Chapter 5: Inductance
- 5.2 Self-inductance
- 5.3 LR Transient
- 5.4 Energy Stored in an Inductor
- 5.6 Response of an Inductor to AC
- 5.7 Phasors
- 5.2 Self-inductance
- Chapter 6: Complex Numbers and Impedence
- 6.1 Complex Numbers
- 6.2 AC Voltages and Currents
- 6.3 Inductance
- 6.4 Summary on Impedance
- 6.5 Impedances in Series
- 6.6 Impedances in Parallel
- 6.7 Power
- 6.8 Bridges
- 6.1 Complex Numbers
- Chapter 9: Diodes and Transistors as Switches
- Chapter 14: Resonance and Ringing
- 14.1 Introduction
- 14.2 Resonance in a Series LCR Circuit
- 14.3 Transient in a CL Circuit
- 14.4 Transient in the Series LCR Circuit
- 14.5 Parallel LCR
- 14.6 Poles and Zeros
- 14.1 Introduction
- Chapter 15: Fourier's Theorem
- 15.1 Introduction
- 15.3 How to Find Fourier Coefficients
- 15.9 Fourier Series using Complex Exponentials
- 15.10 Fourier Transforms
- 15.1 Introduction
- Chapter 22 (16): Transformers and Three-phase Supplies
- 22.1 Introduction
- 22.2 Energy Stored in a Transformer
- 22.3 Circuit Equations and Equivalent Circuits
- 22.4 Three-phase Systems
- 22.1 Introduction
Assignment Solutions
2007
2006
- 2006-Solutions.pdf
- 2006-Solutions-Last.pdf - the last assignment
Online Resources
Paul Falstad's Fourier Series Applet (Excellent)