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On successful completion of this module students should understand the basic concepts mentioned in the above description, including, but not limited to, the ability to;
- find the Fourier series of simple 1D periodic signals and infer certain properties of the Fourier coefficients from notable properties of the original signal;
- find the Fourier transform of simple 1D nonperiodic signals;
- understand and apply several properties of the Fourier transform;
- use Fourier theory to analyse LTI systems and solve simple linear differential equations;
- explain and apply the concept of convolution;
- explain the need for the Laplace transform;
- obtain transfer functions for linear circuits and systems,
- apply Laplace transform techniques to reduce systems described by ordinary differential equations to systems described by algebraic equations;
- solve such systems for a given input using inverse Laplace techniques;
- implement a simple feedback control system.
Student Effort Type | Hours |
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Lectures | 36 |
Laboratories | 20 |
Autonomous Student Learning | 60 |
Total | 116 |
EEEN2001J OR Electronic Circuits module covering linear dynamic circuits, phasor analysis and amplifiers.
Mathematics modules on Linear Algebra and Calculus (covering matrices, eigenvalues/eigenvectors, differentiation, integration, linear differential equations)
Description | Timing | Component Scale | % of Final Grade | ||
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Report(s): 3 labs throughout the trimester | Week 4, Week 8, Week 12 | Alternative linear conversion grade scale 40% | No | 30 |
No |
Exam (In-person): End-term exam | End of trimester Duration: 2 hr(s) |
Alternative linear conversion grade scale 40% | Yes | 70 |
Yes |
Remediation Type | Remediation Timing |
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In-Module Resit | Prior to relevant Programme Exam Board |
• Group/class feedback, post-assessment
Not yet recorded.
Name | Role |
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Dr Barry Cardiff | Lecturer / Co-Lecturer |