ECE 203 is an introduction to the fascinating world of signals, information, and computing. Learn about the algorithms and mathematical foundations that underpin how signals are acquired, analyzed and processed in applications ranging from MP3 players to brain imaging using MRI. We will explore signal processing not only with mathematics, but also through hands-on experiments with real-world signals.
Open to all students with a basic mathematics background.
Instructor: Robert Nowak McFarland-Bascom Professor in Engineering University of Wisconsin-Madison Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: 3539 Engineering Hall Web: nowak.ece.wisc.edu Lab Instructor: Matt Malloy, email@example.com Lectures: Monday and Wednesday, 11:00-11:50AM, 2317 Engineering Hall Labs: Friday, 11:00-11:50AM, 2317 or 2324 Engineering Hall Office Hours: Monday, 12-1PM, 3539 Engineering Hall Wednesday, 2-3PM, 3539 Engineering Hall Textbook: Signal Processing First Software: Matlab (getting started with Matlab) SP-First Matlab Files Course Overview and Syllabus Homework Assignments and Course Materials