EE 451 - Objectives
The objective of EE 451 is to have the student design and implement
discrete-time filters. Closely coupled to this, the objective of EE 451L
is to implement digital filters in real time using a Motorola 56002 Digital
Signal Processor chip.
To accomplish this, the student will:
- Learn the basics of discrete time systems, including time domain and
frequency domain representations.
- Learn how to analyze and desgin general discrete time systems.
- Learn how to design IIR and FIR filters.
- Learn how to use the Discrete Fourier Transform.
- Learn how to interconnect discrete time systems using different sampling
- Learn how to use computer tools to aid in the analysis and design of
discrete time systems.
In the lab, the student will:
- Learn how to program the 56002 DSP in assembly language.
- Learn how to use some of the internal peripherals of the 56002.
- Learn how to use the Motorola manuals and data sheets to get the
information necessary to do the above tasks.
- Implement discrete-time systems on the 56002 DSP.