The goal of the course is to provide the students with the theoretical and methodological knowledge necessary to work with continuous and discrete-time signals and LTI (linear and time-invariant) systems in the frequency domain.
Upon successful completion of the course a student will meet the following ABET Program Outcomes (PO): a, b, e, k.
1. GENERAL/TRANSVERSAL COMPETENCES:
1.1. Individual-work skills (PO: a, b, e, k)
1.2. Capacity for analysis and synthesis (PO: b, e).
1.3. Ability to apply theoretical concepts to practice (PO: a, b, e, k)
1.4. Skills related to group work, collaboration and coordination with other students (PO: a, e, k)
2. SPECIFIC COMPETENCES:
2.1. Theoretical knowledge of signals and systems representation in the frequency domain (PO: a, b, e, k)
2.2. Capacity for analyzing signals and systems in the frequency domain, with emphasis in applications related to Communications (PO: a, b, e, k)
2.3. Use of fundamental tools for the analysis of signals and systems in the frequency domain, with emphasis in Communications (PO: b, e, k)