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1Lecture 1: Introduction: Digital signal processing and its objectives Download
2Lecture 2A: Introduction to sampling and Fourier TransformDownload
3Lecture 2B: Sampling of sine wave and associate complicationDownload
4Lecture 3A: Review of Sampling TheoremDownload
5Lecture 3B: Idealized Sampling, ReconstructionDownload
6Lecture 3C: Filters And Discrete SystemDownload
7Lecture 4A: Answering questions from previous lectures.Download
8Lecture 4B: Desired requirements for discrete systemDownload
9Lecture 4C: Introduction to phasorsDownload
10Lecture 4D: Advantages of phasors in discrete systemsDownload
11Lecture 5A: What do we want from a discrete system?Download
12Lecture 5B: Linearity - Homogeneity and AdditivityDownload
13Lecture 5C: Shift Invariance and Characterization of LTI systemsDownload
14Lecture 6A: Characterization of LSI system using it’s impulse responseDownload
15Lecture 6B: Introduction to convolutionDownload
16Lecture 6C: Convolution:deeper ideas and understandingDownload
17Lecture 7A: Characterisation of LSI systems, Convolution-propertiesDownload
18Lecture 7B: RESPONSE OF LSI SYSTEMS TO COMPLEX SINUSOIDSDownload
19Lecture 7C: CONVERGENCE OF CONVOLUTION AND BIBO STABILITYDownload
20Lecture 8A: Commutativity & AssociativityDownload
21Lecture 8B: BIBO Stability of an LSI systemDownload
22Lecture 8C: Causality and memory of an LSI system.Download
23Lecture 8D: Frequency response of an LSI system.Download
24Lecture 9A: Introduction and conditions of StabilityDownload
25Lecture 9B: Vectors and Inner Product.Download
26Lecture 9C: Interpretation of Frequency Response as Dot Product . Download
27Lecture 9D: Interpretation of Frequency Response as Eigenvalues Download
28Lecture 10A: Discrete time fourier transformDownload
29Lecture 10B: DTFT in LSI System and Convolution Theorem.Download
30Lecture 10C: Definitions of sequences and Properties of DTFT.Download
31Lecture 11A: Introduction to DTFT, IDTFTDownload
32Lecture 11B: Dual to convolution propertyDownload
33Lecture 11C: Multiplication Property, Introduction to Parseval’s theorem Download
34Lecture 12A: Introduction And Property of DTFTDownload
35Lecture 12B: Review of Inverse DTFTDownload
36Lecture 12C: Parseval’s Theorem and energy and time spectral densityDownload
37Lecture 13A: Discussion on Unit StepDownload
38Lecture 13B: Introduction to Z transformDownload
39Lecture 13C: Example of Z transformDownload
40Lecture 13D: Region of ConvergenceDownload
41Lecture 13E: Properties of Z transformDownload
42Lecture 14A: Z- TransformDownload
43Lecture 14B: Rational SystemDownload
44Lecture 15A: INTRODUCTION AND EXAMPLES OF RATIONAL Z TRANSFORM AND THEIR INVERSESDownload
45Lecture 15B: DOUBLE POLE EXAMPLES AND THEIR INVERSE Z TRANSFORMDownload
46Lecture 15C: PARTIAL FRACTION DECOMPOSITIONDownload
47Lecture 15D: LSI SYSTEM EXAMPLESDownload
48Lecture 16A: Why are Rational Systems so important?Download
49Lecture 16B: Solving Linear constant coefficient difference equations which are valid over a finite range of timeDownload
50Lecture 16C: Introduction to Resonance in Rational SystemsDownload
51Lecture 17A: Characterization of Rational LSI systemDownload
52Lecture 17B: Causality and stability of the ROC of the system functionDownload
53Lecture 18A: RECAP OF RATIONAL SYSTEMS AND DISCRETE TIME FILTERSDownload
54Lecture 18B: SPECIFICATIONS FOR FILTER DESIGNDownload
55Lecture 18C: FOUR IDEAL PIECEWISE CONSTANT FILTERSDownload
56Lecture 18D: IMPORTANT CHARACTERISTICS OF IDEAL FILTERSDownload
57Lecture 19A: Synthesis of Discrete Time Filters, Realizable specificationsDownload
58Lecture 19B: Realistic Specifications for low pass filter. Filter Design Process Download
59Lecture 20A: Introduction to Filter Design. Analog IIR Filter,FIR discrete-time filter, IIR discrete-time filter.Download
60Lecture 20B: Analog to discrete transformDownload
61Lecture 20C: Intuitive transforms, Bilinear TransformationDownload
62Lecture 21A: Steps for IIR filter designDownload
63Lecture 21B: Analog filter design using Butterworth ApproximationDownload
64Lecture 22A: Butterworth filter Derivation And Analysis of butterworth system functionDownload
65Lecture 22B: Chebychev filter DerivationDownload
66Lecture 23: Midsem paper review discussionDownload
67Lecture 24A: The Chebyschev ApproximationDownload
68Lecture 24B: Next step in design: Obtain polesDownload
69Lecture 25A: Introduction to Frequency Transformations in the Analog DomainDownload
70Lecture 25B: High pass transformationDownload
71Lecture 25C: Band pass transformationDownload
72Lecture 26A: Frequency TransformationDownload
73Lecture 26B: Different types of filtersDownload
74Lecture 27A: Impulse invariant method and ideal impulse responseDownload
75Lecture 27B: Design of FIR of length (2N+1) by the truncation method,Plotting the function V(w)Download
76Lecture 28A: IIR filter using rectangular window, IIR filter using triangular window Download
77Lecture 28B: Proof that frequency response of an fir filter using rectangular window function centred at 0 is real.Download
78Lecture 29A: Introduction to window functionsDownload
79Lecture 29B: Examples of window functionsDownload
80Lecture 29C: Explanation of Gibb’s Phenomenon and it’s applicationDownload
81Lecture 30A: Comparison of FIR And IIR Filter’s Download
82Lecture 30B: Comparison of FIR And IIR Filter’sDownload
83Lecture 30C: Comparison of FIR And IIR Filter’sDownload
84Lecture 31A: Introduction and approach to realization (causal rational system)Download
85Lecture 31B: Comprehension of Signal Flow Graphs and Achievement of Pseudo Assembly Language Code. Download
86Lecture 32A: Introduction to IIR Filter Realization and Cascade StructureDownload
87Lecture 32B: Cascade Parallel StructureDownload
88Lecture 32C: Lattice StructureDownload
89Lecture 33A: Recap And Review of Lattice Structure, Realization of FIR Function.Download
90Lecture 33B: Backward recursion, Change in the recursive equation of lattice.Download
91Lecture 34A: Lattice structure for an arbitrary rational systemDownload
92Lecture 34B: Example realization of lattice structure for rational systemDownload
93Lecture 35A: Introductory Remarks of Discrete Fourier Transform and Frequency Domain SamplingDownload
94Lecture 35B: Principle of Duality, The Circular ConvolutionDownload

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1Lecture 1: Introduction: Digital signal processing and its objectives Download
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2Lecture 2A: Introduction to sampling and Fourier TransformDownload
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3Lecture 2B: Sampling of sine wave and associate complicationDownload
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4Lecture 3A: Review of Sampling TheoremDownload
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5Lecture 3B: Idealized Sampling, ReconstructionDownload
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6Lecture 3C: Filters And Discrete SystemDownload
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7Lecture 4A: Answering questions from previous lectures.Download
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8Lecture 4B: Desired requirements for discrete systemDownload
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9Lecture 4C: Introduction to phasorsDownload
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10Lecture 4D: Advantages of phasors in discrete systemsDownload
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11Lecture 5A: What do we want from a discrete system?Download
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12Lecture 5B: Linearity - Homogeneity and AdditivityDownload
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13Lecture 5C: Shift Invariance and Characterization of LTI systemsDownload
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14Lecture 6A: Characterization of LSI system using it’s impulse responseDownload
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15Lecture 6B: Introduction to convolutionDownload
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16Lecture 6C: Convolution:deeper ideas and understandingDownload
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17Lecture 7A: Characterisation of LSI systems, Convolution-propertiesDownload
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18Lecture 7B: RESPONSE OF LSI SYSTEMS TO COMPLEX SINUSOIDSDownload
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19Lecture 7C: CONVERGENCE OF CONVOLUTION AND BIBO STABILITYDownload
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20Lecture 8A: Commutativity & AssociativityDownload
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21Lecture 8B: BIBO Stability of an LSI systemDownload
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22Lecture 8C: Causality and memory of an LSI system.Download
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23Lecture 8D: Frequency response of an LSI system.Download
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24Lecture 9A: Introduction and conditions of StabilityDownload
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25Lecture 9B: Vectors and Inner Product.Download
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26Lecture 9C: Interpretation of Frequency Response as Dot Product . Download
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27Lecture 9D: Interpretation of Frequency Response as Eigenvalues Download
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28Lecture 10A: Discrete time fourier transformDownload
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29Lecture 10B: DTFT in LSI System and Convolution Theorem.Download
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30Lecture 10C: Definitions of sequences and Properties of DTFT.Download
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31Lecture 11A: Introduction to DTFT, IDTFTDownload
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32Lecture 11B: Dual to convolution propertyDownload
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33Lecture 11C: Multiplication Property, Introduction to Parseval’s theorem Download
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34Lecture 12A: Introduction And Property of DTFTDownload
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35Lecture 12B: Review of Inverse DTFTDownload
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36Lecture 12C: Parseval’s Theorem and energy and time spectral densityDownload
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37Lecture 13A: Discussion on Unit StepPDF unavailable
38Lecture 13B: Introduction to Z transformPDF unavailable
39Lecture 13C: Example of Z transformPDF unavailable
40Lecture 13D: Region of ConvergencePDF unavailable
41Lecture 13E: Properties of Z transformPDF unavailable
42Lecture 14A: Z- TransformPDF unavailable
43Lecture 14B: Rational SystemPDF unavailable
44Lecture 15A: INTRODUCTION AND EXAMPLES OF RATIONAL Z TRANSFORM AND THEIR INVERSESPDF unavailable
45Lecture 15B: DOUBLE POLE EXAMPLES AND THEIR INVERSE Z TRANSFORMPDF unavailable
46Lecture 15C: PARTIAL FRACTION DECOMPOSITIONPDF unavailable
47Lecture 15D: LSI SYSTEM EXAMPLESPDF unavailable
48Lecture 16A: Why are Rational Systems so important?PDF unavailable
49Lecture 16B: Solving Linear constant coefficient difference equations which are valid over a finite range of timePDF unavailable
50Lecture 16C: Introduction to Resonance in Rational SystemsPDF unavailable
51Lecture 17A: Characterization of Rational LSI systemPDF unavailable
52Lecture 17B: Causality and stability of the ROC of the system functionPDF unavailable
53Lecture 18A: RECAP OF RATIONAL SYSTEMS AND DISCRETE TIME FILTERSPDF unavailable
54Lecture 18B: SPECIFICATIONS FOR FILTER DESIGNPDF unavailable
55Lecture 18C: FOUR IDEAL PIECEWISE CONSTANT FILTERSPDF unavailable
56Lecture 18D: IMPORTANT CHARACTERISTICS OF IDEAL FILTERSPDF unavailable
57Lecture 19A: Synthesis of Discrete Time Filters, Realizable specificationsPDF unavailable
58Lecture 19B: Realistic Specifications for low pass filter. Filter Design Process PDF unavailable
59Lecture 20A: Introduction to Filter Design. Analog IIR Filter,FIR discrete-time filter, IIR discrete-time filter.PDF unavailable
60Lecture 20B: Analog to discrete transformPDF unavailable
61Lecture 20C: Intuitive transforms, Bilinear TransformationPDF unavailable
62Lecture 21A: Steps for IIR filter designPDF unavailable
63Lecture 21B: Analog filter design using Butterworth ApproximationPDF unavailable
64Lecture 22A: Butterworth filter Derivation And Analysis of butterworth system functionPDF unavailable
65Lecture 22B: Chebychev filter DerivationPDF unavailable
66Lecture 23: Midsem paper review discussionPDF unavailable
67Lecture 24A: The Chebyschev ApproximationPDF unavailable
68Lecture 24B: Next step in design: Obtain polesPDF unavailable
69Lecture 25A: Introduction to Frequency Transformations in the Analog DomainPDF unavailable
70Lecture 25B: High pass transformationPDF unavailable
71Lecture 25C: Band pass transformationPDF unavailable
72Lecture 26A: Frequency TransformationPDF unavailable
73Lecture 26B: Different types of filtersPDF unavailable
74Lecture 27A: Impulse invariant method and ideal impulse responsePDF unavailable
75Lecture 27B: Design of FIR of length (2N+1) by the truncation method,Plotting the function V(w)PDF unavailable
76Lecture 28A: IIR filter using rectangular window, IIR filter using triangular window PDF unavailable
77Lecture 28B: Proof that frequency response of an fir filter using rectangular window function centred at 0 is real.PDF unavailable
78Lecture 29A: Introduction to window functionsPDF unavailable
79Lecture 29B: Examples of window functionsPDF unavailable
80Lecture 29C: Explanation of Gibb’s Phenomenon and it’s applicationPDF unavailable
81Lecture 30A: Comparison of FIR And IIR Filter’s PDF unavailable
82Lecture 30B: Comparison of FIR And IIR Filter’sPDF unavailable
83Lecture 30C: Comparison of FIR And IIR Filter’sPDF unavailable
84Lecture 31A: Introduction and approach to realization (causal rational system)PDF unavailable
85Lecture 31B: Comprehension of Signal Flow Graphs and Achievement of Pseudo Assembly Language Code. PDF unavailable
86Lecture 32A: Introduction to IIR Filter Realization and Cascade StructurePDF unavailable
87Lecture 32B: Cascade Parallel StructurePDF unavailable
88Lecture 32C: Lattice StructurePDF unavailable
89Lecture 33A: Recap And Review of Lattice Structure, Realization of FIR Function.PDF unavailable
90Lecture 33B: Backward recursion, Change in the recursive equation of lattice.PDF unavailable
91Lecture 34A: Lattice structure for an arbitrary rational systemPDF unavailable
92Lecture 34B: Example realization of lattice structure for rational systemPDF unavailable
93Lecture 35A: Introductory Remarks of Discrete Fourier Transform and Frequency Domain SamplingPDF unavailable
94Lecture 35B: Principle of Duality, The Circular ConvolutionPDF unavailable


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