Signals and Systems Video Lectures

Signals and Systems
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1Introduction to Signals | Classifications | Examples | Signals, and SystemsClick Here
2Continuous-Time Signal vs Discrete-Time Signal | Analog vs Digital | Signals, and SystemsClick Here
3Representation of a Discrete-Time Signal | Sequence, Functional, Graphical, Tabular RepresentationClick Here
4Operations on Discrete Time Signal | Addition Operation | Multiplication | Amplitude ScalingClick Here
5Operations on Discrete Time Signal | Time Shifting | Time Advance | x(n+k) | Time Delay | x(n-k)Click Here
6Operations on Discrete-Time Signal | Time Scaling| Up Sampling | Down Sampling | Decimation | x(kn)Click Here
7Operations on Discrete Time Signal | Folding |Time Reversal| Folding + Shifting | x(-n-k) | x(-n+k)Click Here
8Deterministic and non-deterministic Signal | Classifications of Discrete-time SignalsClick Here
9Causal Signal, Non-Causal Signal, and Anti-Causal Signal | Classifications of Discrete-Time SignalsClick Here
10Symmetric (Even) and Antisymmetric (Odd) Signal | Classifications of Discrete-Time SignalsClick Here
11Energy Signal and Power Signal | Classifications of Discrete-Time Signals | Signals, and SystemsClick Here
12Numerical1 | Check (1/2)^n u(n) Energy or Power Signal | Classifications of Discrete-Time SignalsClick Here
13Numerical2 | Check δ [n] is Energy Signal or Power Signal | Unit Impulse Signal is Energy or PowerClick Here
14Numerical3 | Check e^(j πn/2) is Energy Signal or Power Signal | Complex Exponential SignalClick Here
15Numerical 4 | Check sin(πn/4) is Energy Signal or Power Signal | Trigonometric FunctionClick Here
16Numerical 5 | Check cos(πn/4) is Energy Signal or Power Signal | Trigonometric FunctionClick Here
17Numerical 6| Check u [n] is Energy Signal or Power Signal | Unit Step Signal is Energy or PowerClick Here
18Numerical-7 | Energy signals and Power Signals | Constant x(n) = K is Energy Signal or Power SignalClick Here
19Numericals(8,9) | Neither Energy nor Power Signals (NENP Signals) | Signals and Systems | DTSClick Here
20Numerical 10 | Energy Signals and Power Signals | Ramp Signal is Neither Energy Nor Power Signal (NENP)Click Here
21Periodic and Aperiodic Signals | Discrete-Time Periodic Signal | PeriodicityClick Here
22Numerical-1 | Periodic and Aperiodic Signals | Discrete-Time Periodic Signal | Fundamental PeriodClick Here
23Numerical-2,3 | Periodic and Aperiodic Signals | Discrete-Time Periodic Signal | Fundamental PeriodClick Here
24Numerical-4,5 | Periodic and Aperiodic Signals | Discrete-Time Periodic Signal | Fundamental PeriodClick Here
25Numerical-6 | Periodic and Aperiodic Signals | Discrete-Time Periodic Signal | Fundamental PeriodClick Here
26Numerical-7,8 | Periodic and Aperiodic Signals | Discrete-Time Periodic Signal | Fundamental PeriodClick Here
27Linear and Non linear Systems | Classifications of Discrete Time Systems | y(n) = x^2(n)Click Here
28Time-Variant (TV) and Time-Invariant Systems(TIV) | Classifications of Discrete-Time SystemsClick Here
29Static and Dynamic Systems | Classifications of Discrete-Time Systems | Memoryless and with memoryClick Here
30causal and Non Causal Systems final | Classifications of Discrete-Time Systems | Signals and SystemsClick Here
Z TRANSFORM AND ITS PROPERTIES
1Introduction to the Z transform | Introduction to the Z Transform | Signals and Systems | Digital Signal ProcessingClick Here
2Determine the Z Transform and ROC of x(n) = a^nu(n) | Z Transform and ROC of Infinite duration (Causal) SequenceClick Here
3Determine the Z Transform and ROC of (-b)^n u(-n-1) Z Transform and ROC of Infinite Duration (Non-Causal) SequenceClick Here
4Properties of Region of Convergence | ROC properties: Z Transform | Signals and Systems | Digital Signal ProcessingClick Here
5Lecture-8: causality and stability in Z Transform using ROCClick Here
6Lecture-9: Z Transform Properties a brief introductionClick Here
7Lecture-10: Linearity Property of Z Transform Proof with Numerical | Signals and Systems | Digital Signal ProcessingClick Here
8Lecture-11: Shifting Property of Z Transform Proof with numerical | Z Transform PropertiesClick Here
9Lecture-12: Time Reversal Property of Z transform Proof with Numerical | Z Transform PropertiesClick Here
10Lecture-13: Scaling Property of Multiplication with exponential Property – Z Transform PropertiesClick Here
11Lecture-14: Convolution Property of Z Transform Proof with Numerical | Z Transform PropertiesClick Here
12Lecture-15.1: Differentiation property of Z transform with proof | Z Transform PropertiesClick Here
13Lecture -15.2 : Differentiation Property Numerical x(n) = n.a^n.u(n) | Z Transform PropertiesClick Here
14Lecture – 16: Complex Convolution Theorem of Multiplication Property of Z Transform | Z Transform PropertiesClick Here
15Lecture – 18 Parseval’s theorem of Z Transform with proof | Z Transform PropertiesClick Here
16Lecture -19: One-sided z transform[Unilateral z Transform] Unilateral vs. Bilateral z transformClick Here
17Lecture – 20: 1/4 Shifting Property Proof of One-Sided Z TransformClick Here
18Lecture -21: System function H(z) and Unit sample response h(n) of a difference equationClick Here
19Lecture-22: Rational function in z transform [Inverse z transform using partial Fraction Method]Click Here
20Lecture -23: Numerical – Inverse z transform using partial fraction expansion methodClick Here
21Lecture-24: Inverse Z Transform using Long Division Method | Power Series MethodClick Here

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