Linear systems, or systems defined by a linear operator, can be used to model many real-world systems, and find applications in control theory, signal processing, and telecommunication technologies, among other areas. The goal of this 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 both time and frequency domains.
Upon attending this course students will acquire:
- Theoretical knowledge of signals and systems representation in the frequency domain.
- Capacity for analyzing signals and systems in the frequency domain, with emphasis in applications related to communications.
- Use of fundamental tools for the analysis of signals and systems in the frequency domain, with emphasis in communications.