ME 360 - Signal Processing

Fall 2021

TitleRubricSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Signal ProcessingME360AB338737LAB01500 - 1650 M  3073 Electrical & Computer Eng Bldg Salar Basiri
Signal ProcessingME360AB538739LAB01000 - 1150 T  3073 Electrical & Computer Eng Bldg Hyungsoo Kang
Signal ProcessingME360AB638740LAB01300 - 1450 T  3073 Electrical & Computer Eng Bldg Hyungsoo Kang
Signal ProcessingME360AB745564LAB01500 - 1650 T  3073 Electrical & Computer Eng Bldg Hyungsoo Kang
Signal ProcessingME360AB845609LAB00800 - 0950 W  3073 Electrical & Computer Eng Bldg Hang Cui
Signal ProcessingME360AB963468LAB01200 - 1350 W  3073 Electrical & Computer Eng Bldg Hang Cui
Signal ProcessingME360ABA63469LAB01500 - 1650 W  3073 Electrical & Computer Eng Bldg Erin Russell Swansen
Signal ProcessingME360ABC63596LAB01000 - 1150 R  3073 Electrical & Computer Eng Bldg Erin Russell Swansen
Signal ProcessingME360ABD66353LAB01300 - 1450 R  3073 Electrical & Computer Eng Bldg Zhengtao Xu
Signal ProcessingME360ABE66354LAB01500 - 1650 R  3073 Electrical & Computer Eng Bldg Hang Cui
Signal ProcessingME360AL136667LEC3.51300 - 1350 M W F  2310 Everitt Laboratory Srinivasa M Salapaka
Hyungsoo Kang
Salar Basiri
Zhengtao Xu
Signal ProcessingME360AL236673LEC3.51500 - 1550 M W F  114 Transportation Building  Prashant Mehta
Erin Russell Swansen
Hang Cui
Signal ProcessingME360OL166251OLC3.5 -    Srinivasa M Salapaka
Hyungsoo Kang
Salar Basiri
Zhengtao Xu
Signal ProcessingME360OLB66355OLB0 -    

Official Description

Basic electromechanical techniques used in modern instrumentation and control systems. Use of transducers and actuators. Signal conditioning, grounding, and shielding. Analog and digital signal processing and feedback control methods with emphasis on frequency domain techniques. Frequency response of continuous and discrete systems. Course Information: Credit is not given for both ME 360 and ABE 425. Prerequisite: ME 340. Class Schedule Information: Students must register for one lab and one lecture section.

Detailed Course Description

Basic electromechanical techniques used in modern instrumentation and control systems. Use of transducers and actuators. Signal conditioning, grounding, and shielding. Analog and digital signal processing and feedback control methods with emphasis on frequency domain techniques. Frequency response of continuous and discrete systems. Prerequisite: ME 340. 3.5undergraduate hours. Students may not receive credit for both this course and ABE 425.

TOPICS:
1. Review of Harmonic signals, Fourier series, continuous time systems and Laplace transforms
2. Systems frequency response, Fourier transform, analog filters
3. Impulse response and convolution for continuous time systems
4. Sampling theory and introduction to aliasing, anti aliasing filters
5. Signal conversion techniques (A/D, D/A), signal reconstruction
6. Discrete time Fourier transform
7. Discrete Fourier transform, windowing
8. Discrete time systems and Z-transforms, response to periodic signals
9. Introduction to analog filter design
10. Introduction to digital filter design
11. Introduction to feedback control system, loop stability and PID control
12. Introduction to control system implementation
13. Instrumentation amplifiers and transducer signal conditioning, grounding and shielding techniques
14. Transducers (strain gages, accelerometers (piezoelectric and piezoresistive), load cells, pressure sensors, thermocouples, RTD's, etc.)
Actuators [electric motors (DC, AC, stepper), pneumatic, hydraulic]

ME: Required.

EM: Possible secondary field, with approval.

Last updated

9/26/2018