Electrical and Computer Engineering | Systems and Communications | VLSI and Circuits, Embedded and Hardware Systems
electrical engineering, computer engineering, signal processing, signal transforms
College / Upper Division
Signals and Systems is a core Electrical Engineering undergraduate course. This course covers the topics of signal and system analysis, with an emphasis on the analysis of linear time-invariant systems. The materials presented in this course are designed for a 15-week course for junior or senior level students. The open access materials for this course include:
Course outline and guides: a detailed guideline that provides a week-by-week teaching schedule for a 15-week semester.
Lecture notes: a complete set of lecture notes with detailed explanations and a large number of examples that cover all the contents that are offered in this course.
Homeworks: 14 homework assignments with solution manuals. The solution manual is available to verified university instructors upon request.
Lab manual: the lab manual contains a 4-section tutorial on how to use Matlab, the engineering programming language, and detailed procedures of 8 labs throughout the semester.
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
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University of Arkansas Open Educational Resources
Wu, J. (2020). Signals and Systems. Open Educational Resources. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/oer/5