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TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES


Ayala Blvd., Ermita, Manila
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

UNIVERSITY MISSION

The Technological University of the Philippines shall provide higher and advanced vocational,
technical, industrial, technological and professional education and training in industries and
technology, and in practical arts leading to certificates, diplomas and degrees. It shall provide
progressive leadership in applied research, developmental studies in technical, industrial, and
technological fields and production using indigenous materials; effect technology transfer in the
countryside; and assist in the development of small-and-medium scale industries in identified
growth centers.

VISION

The Technological University of the Philippines shall be the premier state university with
recognized excellence in engineering and technology education at par with the leading universities
in the ASEAN region.

GOALS

1. To produce high quality engineers equipped with proper values, knowledge and skill relevant
to the changing needs and conditions.
2. To provide continuing graduate education to engineers who wish to pursue higher and
advanced learning in their field of specialization.
3. To produce valuable research outputs and render quality extension services in the various
areas of engineering and engineering education.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

1. Achieve a high level of technical expertise to succeed in their chosen profession


2. Engage in lifelong learning actively in progressive leadership in applied research, development
studies in technical, industrial and engineering fields and production.
3. Engage in professional services to effect technology transfer and assist in the development of
small and medium scale industries to contribute to national development

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Electronics Engineering is a profession that integrates available and emerging technologies with
knowledge of mathematics, natural, social and applied sciences to conceptualize, design, and
implement new, improved, or innovative electronic, computer and communication systems,
devices, goods, services and processes.

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An Electronics Engineer is endowed with spiritual, moral, and ethical values, mindful of safety
concerns and guided with responsibility to society and environment in the discharge of his
functions.
COURSE SYLLABUS

I. Course Code : ELE 5


II. Course Title : Signals, Spectra, & Signal Processing, Lecture
III. Pre-requisite : ELE 2, ELE 3, ELE 4
IV. Co-requisite : ELE 5L

V. Course Description: This course deals with the study of signals and systems in time and
frequency domain, continuous-time (CT) and discrete-time (DT)
signals and systems, Fourier analysis, Laplace transform and Z-
transform applications in CT and DT signal processing, analysis and
design of filters. The course involves convolution, spectral analysis,
applications of signal processing to audio, speech, image and video.

VI. Credit/Class Schedule: 3 units/3hrs per week, lecture

VII. Program Outcomes and Relationship to Program Educational Objectives:


Program
Educational
Program Outcomes
Objectives
1 2 3
An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and
(a) ✓
electronics engineering
An ability to identify, formulate and solve electronics
(e) ✓
engineering problems
An ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering
(k) ✓
tools necessary for electronics engineering

VIII. Course Outcomes in Relation to Program Outcomes:


Course Objectives Program Outcomes
The students should be able to: a e k
1. Describe different concepts of signals and systems in time
I
and frequency domain
2. Explain comprehensively the signal manipulation concepts
I
and discuss how it bridges the different system designs.
3. Demonstrate skills in analyzing engineering problems
D E E
related to signal processing.
4. Design filters and systems specifically the digital filters
E E E
and its related applications.

IX. Course Coverage

Teaching
Assessment
WEEK TOPICS Learning TARGET
Tools
Activities
Introduction to Signals, Spectra, Lecture
Assignment
1-2 and Signal Processing and Signal Laboratory
Seatwork
Measures Exercise

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Lecture
3 Discrete-Time Systems Laboratory
Exercise
Feedback, Poles, and Lecture
Seatwork
4 Laboratory
Fundamental Modes Assignment
Exercise

Continuous-Time Systems Seatwork


5 Lecture
Assignment
50 % of the
PRELIM EXAMINATION
students shall have
6 Introduction to Signals, Spectra, and Signal Processing; Signal
a rating of at least
Measures; Discrete-Time and Continuous-Time Systems
70%
Lecture
Z-Transforms Seatwork
7 Laboratory
Assignment
Exercise

Seatwork
8 Laplace Transforms Lecture
Assignment

Lecture
Laboratory Seatwork
Exercise Assignment
9 DT and CT Convolution
Problem Solving Machine
Demonstration Problem
using MATLAB
Lecture
Problem Solving Seatwork
10 CT Fourier Series
Demonstration Assignment
using MATLAB
50 % of the
MIDTERM EXAMINATION students shall have
11
Z Transforms; Laplace Transforms; Convolution; CT Fourier Series a rating of at least
70%

Seatwork
12 CT Fourier Transform Lecture
Assignment

Lecture
Laboratory
Exercise
13 DT Fourier Series Assignment
Problem Solving
Demonstration
using MATLAB
Lecture Machine
14 DT Fourier Transform Laboratory Problem
Exercise Assignment
Machine
15 Sampling and Quantization Lecture Problem
Assignment

16 Modulation Lecture Seatwork

50 % of the
PRE-FINAL EXAMINATION
students shall have
17 DT Fourier Series; Fourier Transform; Sampling and Quantization;
a rating of at least
Modulation
70%

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50 % of the
students shall have
18 FINAL EXAMINATION
a rating of at least
70%

X. Course Objectives in Relation to Program Outcomes:

Course Objective Program


A student after completing this course should at the minimum Outcomes
be able to: a e k
Discuss different classifications of signals, and properties of
I
systems.
Perform basic signal operations. D E
Calculate important signal measures such as period, signal
D
energy, and power.
Understand the significance of singularity functions and their
I D E
applications in signal processing.
Discuss different representations of discrete-time and
I
continuous-time systems.
Apply techniques in obtaining the response of a linear, time-
D
invariant system from different representations.
Map the representations of systems and their interrelationships I D E
Explain the similarities and fundamental differences between DT
D
and CT system representations
Apply convolution theorem in determining the output of a linear,
I D
time-invariant system for an arbitrary input signal.
Familiarize and perform different applications of convolution in
E
audio and image processing.
Analyze frequency components of periodic and aperiodic signals
I D E
using Fourier representations.
Discuss the relationship between CT and DT Fourier
I
representations
Explain the significance of sampling and quantization in digital
I D
signal processing
Apply time and frequency domain analysis of AM and FM
I D
modulation systems
Design systems that apply signal processing in form of audio,
E E E
speech, image, video, or real-time physical signals

XI. Contribution of Course to Meeting the Professional Component (in percentage):


Engineering topics: 90%
General Education Component: 10%

XII. Textbook : Signals and Systems, 2nd edition by Alan Oppenheim, et al.

XIII. Course Evaluation : Prelim, Midterm, and Pre-final Exam 45%


One comprehensive final examination of 300 points 30%
Seatwork, Recitation, and Machine Problems 15%
Assignment 10%
Total 100%

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Component Percentage

Prelim Period Grade 20%

Midterm Period Grade 30%


Final Period Grade 50%
TOTAL (Final Grade
100%
Percentage)

Notebook rating determines the percentage of raw score to be credited in a major exam.
Computation of final grade is given as follows:

FG = (average seatwork rating)*0.15 + (average assignment rating)*0.1 + (prelim score


percentage)*0.15*(notebook rating)/100 + (midterm score percentage)*0.15*(notebook
rating)/100 + (pre-final score percentage)*0.15*(notebook rating)/100 + (final exam score
percentage)*0.3

Passing grade is 70%. Aside from academic deficiency, other grounds for a failing grade
are:
Ø Grave misconduct and/or cheating during examinations
Ø A failing academic standing and failure to take the final exam

XIV. Course Policies and Standards

Plagiarism Policy: Academic integrity is expected of all students. The attempt by any
student to present as his/her own work which he/she has not
produced is regarded by the faculty and administration of TUP as a
serious offense. Students are considered to have cheated if they
turn in an assignment written in whole or in part by someone else.
Students are guilty of plagiarism, intentional or not, if they copy
from books, magazines, Internet, or other sources without
identifying and acknowledging those sources or if they paraphrase
ideas from such sources without acknowledging them.

In-Class Expectations: Students are expected to come to class on time, every time.
Success in this course is highly correlated with lecture attendance.
Students who have unexcused absences of at least 20% of required
number of meetings per term will be marked dropped (DRP). They
are expected to wear their proper uniform.

Inside the classroom, it is expected that they will


● Keep laptops closed unless viewing course materials or
doing the lab exercises.
● Refrain from texting.
● Refrain from doing other online activities.
● Mobile phones must be put in silent mode.

Exam rules: ● Students’ cell phones must be put completely away in backpacks.
If their cell phone is seen on their lap or out in any way during an
exam, they will be given a zero for the exam.
● Students enrolled in this course who cheat on exams or quizzes
or commit plagiarism, or copy another student’s work in any way,
violate the Academic Integrity policy of the University and will

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receive an F (0 points) on the test or assignment in question. In
addition, they will be reported to the Department Head then to the
College Dean for appropriate sanction.
● There are NO makeup exams in this course except in the event
of an extreme, provable circumstance such as death of a relative or
hospitalization. Missing a class does not excuse the student from
the work assigned and you will be expected to complete and submit
any assignments before or at the beginning of the next class
session.

XV. Other References:


Analog and Digital Signal Processing, 2nd edition by Ashok Ambardar
Digital Signal Processing, 4th edition by Proakis, John G. and Manolakis, Dimitris G.
Schaum’s Outlines in Signals and Systems

XVI. Course Materials Made Available:


Course goals and instructional objectives
Course schedule for lecture and examination
Sample of written examinations of students

XVII. Faculty: Aaron U. Aquino, ECE


Electronics Engineering, Technological University of the Philippines
(2014)

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