Prerequisite/Recommended prerequisite for
participation in the module
The module adds to knowledge obtained in Discrete Mathematics.
Content, progress and pedagogy of the
- Must have knowledge of passive and active electronic components
- Must have knowledge about electronics and principles used for
sensors and how to interface these with digital electronics /
- Must have knowledge about converting between the analogue and
the digital domains.
- Must have knowledge of basic signal sampling and its
- Must be able to explain the concepts of aliasing
- Must have knowledge about linear time invariant systems
- Must have knowledge of finite impulse response filters
- Must have knowledge about principles and methods for converting
between time and frequency domains
- Must be able to explain frequency domain spectra and relate
them to their time domain representations.
- Must be able to design and implement simple electronic circuits
with passive and active components.
- Must be able to implement simple analogue filters and
- Must be able to process analogue signals and interface these to
a digital platform
- Must be able to analyse signals and outputs from simple
- Must be able to design finite impulse response filters
- Must be able to implement and test simple filters by using
- Must be able to apply electronic circuits to solve a
- Must have the competency to solve digital signal processing
related problems in a practical context
- Must have the competency to interface analogue and digital
Type of instruction
Refer to the overview of instruction types listed in § 17. The
types of instruction for this course are decided according to the
current Joint Programme Regulations and directions are decided and
given by The Study Board of Electronics and IT.
|Name of exam||Digital Signal Processing|
|Type of exam|
Written or oral exam
|Assessment||7-point grading scale|
|Type of grading||Internal examination|
|Criteria of assessment||The criteria of assessment are stated in the Examination