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Signals and Systems (Workshop)
- type: internship
- chair: Institute of Industrial Information Technology (IIIT)
- semester: summer semester
to be determined
- start: 29.04.2022
- sws: 1
- ects: see below
- lv-no.: 2302905
A registration via the Wiwi portal is required. Further information will be given in an introductory event.
Crediting of ECTS
The following applies to students of the Bachelor's degrees in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (ETIT) and Mechatronics and Information Technology (MIT):
According to the module handbook, the module "Signals and Systems" consists of two parts. The first part of the module, corresponding 6 ECTS, comprises the lecture and the tutorial with the corresponding written exam in the winter semester. The second part is the course "Signals and Systems - Workshop", corresponding 1 ECTS, in the summer semester. Thus, the entire module "Signals and Systems" corresponds a total of 7 ECTS. Passing the exam is not a prerequisite for attending the workshop. Vice versa, the attendance of the workshop is also not a prerequisite for taking part in the exam. However, knowledge of the lecture content is recommended for a successful participation in the workshop.
For students of other degree programs applies:
Please refer to your respective module handbook to see which parts make up the module applicable to your degree program. Knowledge of the lecture content is recommended for a successful participation in the workshop. But, usually, passing the written exam is not a prerequisite for taking part in the workshop. Vice versa, the attendance of the workshop is also not a prerequisite for taking part in the exam.
An important aspect of the study of electrical engineering and information technology is programming, which is prerequisite in the further course of the studies. During this laboratory, the students get in touch very early with the programming of embedded systems and signal theory in general. The contents include getting to know the microcontroller hardware basics such as embedded programming, control of peripheral units (IO ports, AD converters) and data acquisition and processing. In the field of signal processing, important aspects of signal theory such as the composition of signals from sinusoidal signals (Fourier series), the sampling theorem or quantization are linked to practice. Finally, the knowledge will be used to perform a real-time analysis of audio signals.
The workshop is accompanied by an ILIAS course. There you will find documents for the workshop and a forum for your questions.
The solutions are also handed in via the ILIAS course.
Registration for the ILIAS course can only be made by registering in time at the WiWi portal. The registration can be made between 14.03.2022 - 22.04.2022. The slides of the introductory event with instructions for registration in the WiWi portal can be found here.
Schedule of the course
|Time / Period|
|14.03.2022 - 29.04.2022||Registration in the Wiwi portal|
|14.03.2022 - 20.05.2022||Exam registration in Campus-System|
|29.04.2022 - 20.05.2022||Processing period|
|20.05.2022||Submission of the solutions|
We thank our sponsors for their generous support of the workshop. If you are interested in sponsoring the event please contact Thomas Zwick.