AE2235-II Signal Analysis and Telecommunication Principles
This is a BSc course that focuses on signal acquisition, processing and filtering. By learning this course, students will be able to apply frequency domain techniques to signal conditioning and processing, know building blocks and electronic components, apply signal modulation, produce a signal link budget, evaluate stability properties of closed and open-loop systems, and tune control systems with classical tuning methods. It also contains an experimental classroom, in which real-world derives including Light Sensor under a Rotating Disc, Accelerometer on a Cantilever Beam, Rate Gyro on a Pendulum, Pressure Sensor behind a Propeller that help students to understand Fourier transforms, aliasing, leakage, etc. Since 2017, I act an experimental classroom tutor in every Q4.