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1Lecture 01: IntroductionDownloadPDF unavailable
2Lecture 02: Discrete Time Signals and SystemsDownloadPDF unavailable
3Lecture 03: Linear, Shift Invariant Systems DownloadPDF unavailable
4Lecture 04 : Properties of Discrete Convolution Causal and Stable Systems DownloadPDF unavailable
5Lecture 05: Graphical Evaluation of Discrete ConvolutionsDownloadPDF unavailable
6Lecture 06: Discrete Time Fourier Transform DownloadPDF unavailable
7Lecture 07: Properties of DTFTDownloadPDF unavailable
8Lecture 08: Dirac Comb and Sampling Analog Signals DownloadPDF unavailable
9Lecture 09: Relation between DTFT and Analog Fourier Transform DownloadPDF unavailable
10Lecture 10: Nyquist Interpolation FormulaDownloadPDF unavailable
11Lecture 11: Rational SystemsDownloadPDF unavailable
12Lecture 12: Properties of Rational SystemsDownloadPDF unavailable
13Lecture 13: Introduction to Z-transformDownloadPDF unavailable
14Lecture 14: Properties of Z-transformDownloadPDF unavailable
15Lecture 15: Properties of z-transformDownloadPDF unavailable
16Lecture 16: Inverse z-transformDownloadPDF unavailable
17Lecture 17:Introduction to DFTDownloadPDF unavailable
18Lecture 18: Properties of DFTDownloadPDF unavailable
19Lecture 19:Introduction to Interpretation of Circular ConvolutionDownloadPDF unavailable
20Lecture 20: Graphically Interpretation of Circular ConvolutionDownloadPDF unavailable
21Lecture 21: Zero Padding and Linear convolution Via DFTDownloadPDF unavailable
22Lecture 22: Decimation and DFT of Decimated SequencesDownloadPDF unavailable
23Lecture 23: Expension and Interpolation of SequencesDownloadPDF unavailable
24Lecture 24: Factor-of-M Polyphase Decomposition of SequencesDownloadPDF unavailable
25Lecture 25: Nobel IdentifiesDownloadPDF unavailable
26Lecture 26: Efficient Decimator and Interpolator StructureDownloadPDF unavailable
27Lecture 27: Linear Phase FiltersDownloadPDF unavailable
28Lecture 28: Properties of Linear Phase FiltersDownloadPDF unavailable
29Lecture 29: Structures for IIR FiltersDownloadPDF unavailable
30Lecture 30: Structures for FIR FiltersDownloadPDF unavailable
31Lecture 31: Analog LTI Systems, Fourier and Laplace TransformsDownloadPDF unavailable
32Lecture 32: Pole, Zero and Stability of of Analog FiltersDownloadPDF unavailable
33Lecture 33: Analog Filter Design Example Butterworth Lowpass FilterDownloadPDF unavailable
34Lecture 34: IIR Filter Design by Implus Invariance MethodDownloadPDF unavailable
35Lecture 35: Design Filter Design from Analog Proptotype Filters by s - z TransformationsDownloadPDF unavailable
36Lecture 36: Bilinear TransformationDownloadPDF unavailable
37Lecture 37: FIR Filter Design by WindowDownloadPDF unavailable
38Lecture 38: FFT: Decimation in TimeDownloadPDF unavailable
39Lecture 39: Complexity Analysis of FFTDownloadPDF unavailable
40Lecture 40: Bit Reversal and FFTDownloadPDF unavailable