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- Tuturial 1 Memo correction - Additional Question 2:
- Tuttest 2 correction - Question 2:

**Temporary marks:** Google-doc

**Location:** The electronic classroom (S207A) from 2pm to 4pm on the dates listed in the table below.

**Hand-in date:** On the Thursday one week after the practical by 23h55.

**Setup:** Here is an intranet link to WinPython 3.6.0.1; note this is Python 3 *not* Python 2.

**Location:** The electronic classroom (S207A) from 2pm to 4pm on the dates listed in the table below.

**Hand-in Date:** No hand-ins are necessary.

Date | Subject | Link |
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2017 Feb. 2 | Practical 0: Introduction | Practical 0 Template Jupyter Guidelines Amelie audio zip Additional instructions |

2017 Feb. 9 | Practical 1: Sampling | Practical 1 Template Practical 1: Expected output |

2017 Feb. 16 | Tutorial 1: The DFT | Tutorial 1 Questions Tutorial 1 Memo Tuttest 1 and Memo |

2017 Feb. 23 | Practical 2: Using the DFT | Practical 2: Expected output Practical 2 Template |

2017 Mar. 2 | Tutorial 2: The FFT | Tutorial 2 Questions Tutorial 2 Memo Tuttest 2 and Memo |

2017 Mar. 9Hand-in: 26 March |
Practical 3: Correlation | Practical 3: Expected output Practical 3 Template |

2017 Mar. 23 | Tutorial 3: Discrete Time Systems | Tutorial 3 Questions Tutorial 3 Memo |

2017 Mar. 30 | Practical 4: Poles and zeros | Practical 4 Template Practical 4 Expected output |

2017 Apr. 6 | Tutorial 4: The z-transform | Tutorial 4 Questions Tutorial 4 Answers |

2017 Apr. 20 | Practical 5: Comb filters | Practical 5 Template Practical 5: Expected output |

- Here is an index to finer section headings for
*Digital Signal Processing, Pearson New International Edition*(as used in class): txt. Here is the Table of Contents for the version used by du Preez (for referencing purposes): pdf. - Here is a cheatsheet with some useful information. Note that none of these additional notes and examples may be printed out and taken into tests or exams. You may only write down notes from these.
- A nice example of a spectrogram
- A mechanical spectrum analyser
- Regarding the z-Transform: I would highly recommend Barry Van Veen's videos, they are quite short and they follow a similar narative to the slides:

1) Introduction to the z-Transform

2) Region of Convergence for the z-Transform

3) Poles and Zeros of the z-Transform

4) Properties of the Region of Convergence

5) Inversion of the z-Transform via Power Series Expansion

6) Inversion of the z-Transform via Partial Fraction Expansion - The updated 2017 formula sheet: pdf.