ECE3084 Videos by Matthieu Bloch
- Dr. Bloch has videos on Georgia Tech’s “Tegrity” site; you may log in as a guest. His videos are listed under “Matthieu Bloch sandbox course.” Current topics include simple signal transformations, delta functions, system properties, convolution, and cross-correlation.
ECE3084 Videos by Tim Brothers
- System Properties: opening, linearity, time-invariance, causality, causality continued
- Lecture 7, Parts 1-3, Matched Filtering: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 (Dr. Brother’s context is telecommunications, in contrast with Dr. Lanterman’s usual context of rangefinding)
- Lecture 7, Part 5, Intro to Fourier Series
- Lecture 8, More on Fourier Series: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5
- Z-Domain Filter Design: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
- Butterworth Z-Domain Filter
- Midterm Review: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 (not guaranteed to match the coverage of your midterm)
ECE3084 Videos by Francesco Fedele
- Fourier transforms: box, Gaussian, double-sided exponential parts 1 and 2
- Fourier Transform Properties: Part 1, Part 2, Duality, Convolution
- Sampling: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
ECE3084 Videos by Aaron Lanterman
- Fourier Series Review: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 (pay attention to the note about corrections in the video description)
- Demo of Amplitude Modulation using a myDAQ and AD633 (featuring The Extraordinary Contraptions)
MIT 6.003 Videos by Dennis Freeman
The order of these videos has been rearranged to match the order in which these topics are typically covered in ECE3084.
- 8. Convolution: Watch from 9:00 to 29:15 to review DT convolution (although some of the material near the end of that segment is ECE4270-style material that isn’t emphasized in ECE2026). Watch from 29:15 to the end to study CT convolution.
- 9. Frequency Response: Be sure to check out the demos at the 4 minute (filtering music) and 12 minute (mass-spring-dashpot) marks.
- 14. Fourier Representations
- 15. Fourier Series: The lecture title is “Fourier series,” but this is mostly on speech modeling. Be sure to check out the movie at the 28 minute mark.
- 16. Fourier Transform
- 20. Applications of Fourier Transforms: Discusses optics and X-ray crystallography; these aren’t main topics in ECE3084, but it’s a fascinating lecture.
- 21. Sampling
- 22. Sampling and Quantization: Note ECE3084 doesn’t cover quantization; see ECE4270 to learn about quantization in detail.
- 23. Modulation, Part 1: Mostly covers amplitude modulation schemes, which are part of ECE3084.
- 24. Modulation, Part 2: Mostly covers frequency modulation schemes, which aren’t part of ECE3084.
- 6. Laplace Transform: Start at the 2 minute mark. Caution: MIT’s 6.003 uses the bilateral (two-sided) Laplace transform, whereas ECE3084 uses the unilateral (one-sided) Laplace transform. Hence, ECE3084 doesn’t delve into topics involving regions of convergence as much as 6.003 does.
- 12. Continuous-Time (CT) Feedback and Control, Part 1: Includes a motor control demo.
- 13. Continuous-Time (CT) Feedback and Control, Part 2: Includes magnetic levitation and inverted pendulum demos.
MIT RES.6.007 Videos by Alan Oppenheim
- Lecture 4, Convolution: Discussion of DT and CT convolution is intermixed.
- More to come