Mixed-Signal Processing Systems Design
- Education level
To understand the signal processing concepts of mixed-signal systems. The ability to use this knowledge to design mixed-signal processing systems on system level.
Location & Schedule WS18/19
The slides are published one day before the corresponding lecture takes place. For the slides, the additional material, and the Matlab code you need a password, which you will get during the lecture and per e-mail.
Some old exams you can finde here. Please notice that this year it will be a written exam including questions, calculation and simple case studies. No books allowed.
|Assigment||Assignment Date||Deadline (hard)
It is strongly recommended that you work in pairs. Larger groups are not allowed. Working alone is possibly but should be the exception.
Discussion of general ideas and questions concerning the homework assignments among students is strongly recommended. However, all groups are expected to work on their final solutions and documentation individually. Sharing (in particular one-to-one) of solutions among groups or copying from the Internet (including parts of code) will lead to significant point penalties.
How to deliver your homework
The homework has to be submitted via e-mail to the address firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject of the e-mail should be “ MSP: MatrNo1_ MatrNo2familyname1 familyname2 “. The body of the e-mail can be empty as it will not be read. A complete homework consists of a documentation in PDF (preferred) or PS format and all simulation files, e.g., MATLAB files (*.m) . You have to zip/tar all these files to one single file with the name MSP_MatrNo1MatrNo2 familyname1_ familyname2 .zip, e.g., MSP_0037280_043737_oppenheim_shannon.zip, which has to be attached to the e-mail. Please make sure that your approaches, procedures and results are clearly presented.
The course is a lecture with integrated problem classes. To pass the course you have to earn a minimum of 50 points. For solving the homework assignment you can earn up to 50 points. For the written exam you can also get up to 50 points. Accordingly, you can achieve 100 points. Your achieved points corresponds to the following grades:
The slides and are as self-explanatory as possible. There is no need to read the books.
- Discrete-Time Signal Processing, Alan V. Oppenheim, Ronald W. Schafer, John R. Buck, Prentice Hall
- Einführung in die Systemtheorie, Bernd Girod, Rudolf Rabenstein, Alexander Stenger, Teubner
- A Baker’s Dozen : Real Analog Solutions for Digital Designers, Bonnie Baker, Newnes
- Mixed-signal and DSP Design Techniques, Walt Kester, Newnes (PDF version)
- CMOS Mixed-Signal Circuit Design, Jacob Baker, Wiley-IEEE Press
- CMOS Integrated Analog-to-Digital and Digital-to-Analog Converters, Rudy J. van de Plassche, Springer
- Mixed-Signal Processing Systems, Per Löwenborg, Linköping University Press
- Applied Signal Processing: Concepts, Circuits, and Systems, Nadder Hamdy, CRC press