ELE3107 Signal Processing
Recommended prior or concurrent study: ELE2103
Signal processing is the treatment of signals to enable detection, classification, transmission or enhancement. Such signals may, for example, be the apparent noise generated by a mechanical process, music, speech or other audio, or a video image. This course aims to give the student a thorough grounding in the theoretical and practical aspects of digital signal processing. Practical applications of signal processing are emphasised via directed experimentation and assignment work.