Course Description
This is an undergraduate course that teaches methods for analyzing continuoustime signals and systems. Important topics include basic signal models, signal classification, solving differential equations, system impulse response and frequency response, the Fourier Series, Fourier Transform, and Laplace Transform.
The textbook used for the course is, "Signal Processing and Linear Systems" by B. P. Lathi.
The list below is a full outline of the course, but only portions of the lectures have been recorded so far. I try to add a few more each time I teach the course.
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Video Lectures

Course Introduction

Complex Number and Function Review (5 videos, ~42 min)

Course Overview


Signals and System Basics

Signal Operations (4 videos, ~22 minutes)

Signal Models (10 videos, ~64 minutes)

Systems Introduction

System Classification (1 video, ~10 minutes)


TimeDomain Analysis of Signals and Systems

Introduction

Linear Differential Systems

Convolution

Impulse Response and Total Response (9 videos)

System Stability (2 videos)


The Fourier Series

Signals and Vectors

Orthogonal Signal Sets

Trigonometric FS (5 videos, ~43 minutes)

Exponential FS (2 videos, ~16 minutes)

System Response


The Fourier Transform

The Laplace Transform

Filters