Course Name

Turkish 
Bilgisayar Mühendisleri için Sinyaller ve Sistemler

English 
Signals &Systems for Computer Engineering 
Course Code

BLG 354E 
Credit 
Lecture
(hour/week) 
Recitation
(hour/week) 
Laboratory
(hour/week) 
Semester 
2

3 
3 
1 
 
Course Language 
English 
Course Coordinator 
Gözde Ünal

Course Objectives 
Students are expected to develop an understanding of fundamental concepts such as “frequency content” of a signal and how the signals are manipulated by systems.

Course Description 
The course introduces basic analysis of signals and systems, which arises in many areas of engineering. Students are expected to develop an understanding of fundamental concepts such as “frequency content” of a signal and how the signals are manipulated by systems.

Course Outcomes 
1. Describe a periodic signal in time domain by defining its properties such as the fundamental period and fundamental frequency
2. Define a periodic signal as a sum of sinusoids or complex exponentials, i.e. create Fourier series representation of a periodic signal through both Fourier synthesis and analysis equations
3. Construct the spectrum representation of a periodic signal
4. Identify Finite Impulse Response systems, Linear Time Invariant Systems, and their properties
5. Define the impulse response of an LTI system both in continuous time and discretetime, and system properties such as stability and causality
6. Define the frequency response of an LTI system and its properties
7. Construct forward and inverse Fourier Transform of both periodic and nonperiodic continuoustime signals
8. Describe ideal frequency selective filters (lowpass, highpass, bandpass) in frequency domain
9. Perform frequency filtering over the spectrum of a signal
10. Describe Sampling Theorem and conversion between continuous time and discretetime domains
11. Describe principles of an Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation System 
Prerequisite(s) 
MAT281  MAT281E passed 
Required Facilities 

Other 

Textbook 
“Signals and Systems”, Oppenheim and Wilsky, Pearson. 
Other References 
