Signals & Systems Lab (EE2611)



Recommended Book(s)

Lab Manual

Reference Book(s)


Course Objectives

The objective of this course is to develop the understanding of the basic ideas of the Signals & Systems encountered in engineering. The main focus will be on the methods for characterizing and analyzing continuous-time and discrete time signals and systems. Students will learn some transform techniques (Laplace transform, Z-transform and Fourier transform) that are useful for the understanding of Digital communication systems, Feedback control systems, Satellite and mobile communications, Digital signal processing and Digital image processing.

Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)


CLO:1. Confirm basic concepts of programming in MATLAB, express knowledge of handling matrices and explain use of built-in functions to perform assigned task and state how to use SIMULINK (Level: C2)

CLO:2. Produce signals, apply transforms and manipulate and feed signals to systems as per the needs (Level: C3)

CLO:3. Investigate noisy audio signals and effect of using different filters on noisy input (Level: C6)

Course Contents

Lab Experiments
1) Getting Started With MATLAB
2) Introduction to Matrix
3) Programming in MATLAB
4) Introduction to Graphics
5) Linear Algebra using MATLAB
6) Introduction to Signals
7) Signals Transformation
8) Sampling, periodicity, Harmonics and Sound Manipulation
9) Convolution and LTI Systems
10) Laplace-Transform
11) Z-transform and Inverse Z-transform Analysis
12) Fourier series and the Gibbs Phenomenon
13) Discrete-Time Signals in the Frequency Domain
14) Discrete Fourier Transform
15) Introduction to SIMULINK

Mapping of CLOs to Program Learning Outcomes





PLO:1 (Engineering Knowledge)



PLO:2 (Problem Analysis)




PLO:3 (Design and Development of Solutions)




PLO:4 (Investigation)




PLO:5 (Modern Tool Usage)




PLO:6 (The Engineer and Society)




PLO:7 (Environment and Sustainability)




PLO:8 (Ethics)




PLO:9 (Individual and Team Work)




PLO:10 (Communication)




PLO:11 (Project Management)




PLO:12(Life Long Learning)