Digital Signal Processing

Course Description

In this course, Professor S. C. Dutta Roy gives 43 video lectures on Digital Signal Processing. Topics covered in this course are: Characterization, Description, Testing, Recursive and Non Recursive (FIR and IIR), Discrete Fourier Transform, Z Transform, Discrete Time Systems, Frequency Domain, Simple Digital Filters, Continuous Time Signals, Analog Filter Design, Digital Filter Structure, Synthesis and Design and many more.

 

Digital Signal Processing
Professor S. C. Dutta Roy in Lecture 1: Introduction.

 

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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Introduction (25:26) Play Video
2 Introduction (cont.) (55:26) Play Video
3 Digital Systems (53:55) Play Video
4 Characterization, Description and Testing (49:03) Play Video
5 LTI Systems Step & Impulse Responses, Convolution (57:05) Play Video
6 Inverse Systems, Stability, FIR & IIR (1:00:09) Play Video
7 FIR & IIR, Recursive & Non Recursive (56:27) Play Video
8 Discrete Time Fourier Transform (57:17) Play Video
9 Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) I (1:01:19) Play Video
10 Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) II (49:53) Play Video
11 Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) III & Intro to Z Transform (1:01:06) Play Video
12 Z Transform (56:33) Play Video
13 Z Transform (cont.) Play Video
14 Discrete Time Systems in the Frequency Domain (1:01:15) Play Video
15 Simple Digital Filters (59:36) Play Video
16 All Pass Filters, Com. Filters and Linear Phase FIR Filters (58:28) Play Video
17 Linear Phase Filters, Complementary Transfer Function (59:21) Play Video
18 Compensatary Transfer Functions (cont.) (59:34) Play Video
19 Test for Stability Using All Pass Functions (1:00:21) Play Video
20 Digital Processing of Continuous Time Signals (57:29) Play Video
21 Problem Solving Session: FT, DFT & Z Transforms (58:44) Play Video
22 Problem Solving Session: FT, DFT & Z Transforms (cont.) (1:01:00) Play Video
23 Analog Filter Design (56:49) Play Video
24 Analog Chebyshev LPF Design (57:41) Play Video
25 Analog Filter Design (cont.): Transformations (1:00:08) Play Video
26 Analog Frequency Transformation (1:01:13) Play Video
27 Problem Solving Session: Discrete Time System (54:03) Play Video
28 Digital Filter Structures (53:55) Play Video
29 IIR Realizations (46:04) Play Video
30 All Pass Realizations (51:35) Play Video
31 Lattice Synthesis (cont.) (1:00:02) Play Video
32 FIR Lattice Synthesis (1:01:12) Play Video
33 FIR Lattice (cont.) & Digital Filter Design (54:41) Play Video
34 IIR Filter Design (50:57) Play Video
35 IIR Design by Bilinear Transformation (51:54) Play Video
36 IIR Design Examples (1:01:08) Play Video
37 Digital to Digital Frequency Transformation (57:00) Play Video
38 FIR Design (57:47) Play Video
39 FIR Digital Filter Design by Windowing (1:00:32) Play Video
40 FIR Design by Windowing & Frequency Sampling (55:57) Play Video
41 Solving Problems on DSP Structures (54:04) Play Video
42 FIR Design by Frequency Sampling (57:10) Play Video
43 FIR Design by Frequency Sampling (cont.) (45:30) Play Video

Comments

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roopa wrote 5 years ago.
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basood wrote 8 years ago.
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to give all lectures


basood wrote 8 years ago.
i student in college of science department of physics i need
all lectures of digital signal processing if you can help me
to give me those lecutures about DSP thanks .


Ivan wrote 8 years ago.
this one helped me in answering my take home exam in my DSP
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Andy wrote 9 years ago.
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preeti verma wrote 10 years ago.
Respected sir..
the lectures are very good to understand DSP.
It helped me a lot..
thank you for teaching me via vedios..
with regards
preeti verma
M.Tech (MNNIT allahabad)


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