EECS 206(2)...........INTRODUCTORY HANDOUT............Winter 2006

LECTURES: Mon,Wed,Fri, 11:40-12:30 PM, 1311 EECS. Lecture-by-lecture topics.
LECTURER: Professor Jeffrey Fessler, 4240 EECS, 763-1434.
OFFICE HOURS: Mon 12:30-2:00 & Wed 12:30-1:30.
LECTURES: Mon,Wed,Fri, 01:40-02:30 PM, 1200 EECS. My personal lecture notes.
LECTURER: Professor Andrew Yagle, 4114 EECS, 763-9810.
OFFICE HOURS: Mondays 3:30-5:30, 4114 EECS.
TEXT: J.H. McClellan, R.W. Schafer, M.A. Yoder, Signal Processing First, Pearson, 2003.
LAB SCHEDULE: All LAB in 2331 EECS. Phone: 615-1797.
OFFICE HOURS: All GSIA in 4338 EECS. Phone: 764-5206.
See for details on LABS.
LAB TIME #1LAB TIME #2GSIA nameEmailOffice hours (in 4338 EECS)
Tue 11:30-1:30Tues 4:00-6:00Norm Adams nhadamsThur 3:30-5:30 & Mon 4:30-5:30
Tue 9:00-11:00Wed 4:30-6:30Ravi Agarwal raviagThu 9:00-11:00 & Wed 10:00-11
Tues 1:30-3:30Wed 2:30-4:30Raghuram R. rangarajThur 1:30-3:30 & Wed 5:00-6:00
Exam #1F Feb  1011:40-12:301311 EECS1:40-2:301200 EECS W Feb  08 & in LAB
Exam #2F Mar 1711:40-12:301311 EECS1:40-2:301200 EECS W Mar 15 & in LAB
Exam #3Th Apr 20  4:00-6:001200 EECS4:00-6:001200 EECS F April 15 & in LAB
COLLABORATION: Homework, lab reports, and exams are given under the Honor Code.
You may work with other students in the class on problem sets and lab reports. Engineering is
a collaborative discipline, and learning to work in teams is an important part of your education.
HOWEVER, you must write up the FINAL form of your submission entirely on your own.
You may not use, or in any way derive any advantage from, solutions sets for previous years.
GRADING %Exam #120%
"This is definitelyExam #220%
an 'E' ticket!"---Exam #330%
Sally Ride,1983.LABS20%
First US womanhomewk10%
on Space ShuttleTOTAL100
Catalog description: Introduction to the theory and practice
of signals and systems engineering in continuous & discrete time.
Hands-on experience with representative engineering tasks in
laboratory sessions involving audio, images, and other signals.
Time-domain concepts: energy, power, periodicity, filtering, linear
systems, convolution, correlation, detection, modulation, samples,
quantization, histogram. Frequency-domain concepts: sinusoids,
exponentials, Fourier series, DFT, frequency response.