42057 Adaptive Signal Processing and Applications6cp; 3hpw, on campus
Requisite(s): (120 credit points of completed study in Bachelor's Degree owned by FEIT OR 120 credit points of completed study in Bachelor's Honours Embedded owned by FEIT OR 120 credit points of completed study in Bachelor's Combined Degree owned by FEIT OR 120 credit points of completed study in Bachelor's Combined Honours owned by FEIT OR 120 credit points of completed study in Bachelor's Combined Degree co-owned by FEIT OR 120 credit points of completed study in Bachelor's Combined Honours co-owned by FEIT) AND (48540 Signals and Systems OR 48541 Signal Theory OR 41090 Information and Signals)
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses. See access conditions.
Fields of practice: Telecommunications and Electronics
This subject covers the fundamentals of adaptive signal processing theories and provides students with knowledge about real world signal processing applications ranging from spectral analysis, data compression, system modelling, channel equalisation and interference cancellation in data transmission systems, to adaptive signal processing to radar, system identification, and adaptive control applications. A group project that requires the design and implementation of adaptive signal processing systems allows students to apply their techniques to practical problems.
Topics include random signals and processes, signal processing applications, system identification, linear estimation and prediction, and adaptive filter design for both digital and analog systems. The subject also introduces some of the state-of-the-art advances in wireless communications which require both digital and analog signal processing techniques to improve the system performance. Through learning activities students also gain study skills, including academic literacy skills, and an appreciation of the different fields of practice of engineering and the interdisciplinary nature of engineering.
Spring session, City campus
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