Lecture 24 Blog, ECE438 Fall 2010, Prof. Boutin

Wednesday October 20, 2010.


Continuing our practice problems series, here is an occasion to make sure you understand sampling from the frequency domain viewpoint.

Today in the lecture, we continued talking about filters and filter design using the transfer function. It seems like many students find it difficult to see the point of this study. Perhaps reading Druv's summary of filtering or his page on audio filtering could help. If another student has an alternative explanation or can provide more connections to real life applications, please consider writing a Rhea page to help your colleagues!


Note: Your friend Clayton was asking in the previous lecture blog whether some of you want to meet with Prof. Mimi for lunch every week to go over problems. Don't forget to answer!


Previous: Lecture 23; Next: Lecture 25


Back to 2010 Fall ECE 438 Boutin

Alumni Liaison

Basic linear algebra uncovers and clarifies very important geometry and algebra.

Dr. Paul Garrett