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• Special signals : characteristics & applications
• Systems: Linear and non-linear systems
• Unraveling convolution
• Integration, correlation & matched filters
• Exploring complex numbers & exponentials
• Build a Fourier series analyzer
• Spectrum analysis of various signal types
• Poles and zeros in the Laplace domain
• Sampling and aliasing
• Getting started with analog-digital conversion
Discrete-time structures: FIR
• Poles and zeros in the Z-plane with IIR systems
• Introduction to Signals & Systems Training Kit (ACM101)
• Hard copy user manual
• Advanced computer Interface Base Unit with Built-in Power Supply (MMS100)

Welcome to the Signals and Systems Training Kit, an immersive journey into the fascinating world of signal processing and system analysis! This comprehensive kit is designed to equip learners with a solid understanding of fundamental concepts, theories, and applications in the realm of signals and systems In today’s technologically driven world, signals and systems play a crucial role in diverse fields such as telecommunications, audio processing, image processing, control systems, and beyond. Whether you’re a student delving into the basics or a seasoned professional seeking to deepen your expertise, this training kit offers a structured approach to mastering the core principles. Through a blend of theoretical explanations, practical demonstrations, and hands-on exercises, this kit provides a dynamic learning experience. You’ll explore the characteristics of various signals, learn about signal representation, delve into the analysis of linear time-invariant systems, and understand essential concepts like convolution, Fourier transforms, and frequency response.

• It consists of a variety of modules, each of which performs a specific function to be connected to each other during experiments as basic communication building blocks
• The Computer Interface Base Unit has a virtual instrument that can be connected to a PC to provide spectrum analysis (FFT) and oscilloscope functions.
• Module Left-hand side banana is for signal inputs (High impedance inputs)
• Module Right-hand side banana is for signal outputs (Low impedance outputs).
• Banana Marks for analog and digital signals to ease the interconnection.
• Variable control adjustment in modules depends on the observation and measurement of output signals.
• Modules
• Sequence Generator
• Input Signal : Digital 0:5V , up to 10 KHz
• Number of sequences : 4
• Sequence Lengths 32, 256, 256, 2048
• Output Signals : Digital 0:5V ( X, Y & Sync )
• Limiter
• Adjustable Gains : 0.8 , 8 , 40
• RC Network
• Configurable: LPF or HPF
• Rectifier
• Half-wave rectification for Sinusoidal signals
• Multiplier :
• Input Signals: 2 Analog Signals
• BW : up to 1MHz
• Output Signal : 1 Analog Signal
• Integrate & Dump
• Inputs & outputs signals: analog signals up to 4V pk-pk.
• Clock input: 500Hz to 15kHz, 0:5V digital
• PCM Encoder
• Input signals: Analog 4V pk-pk & digital clock 0 to 5V
• Outputs : 8 bit Serial data frames & Sync bit.
• PCM Decoder
• Input Signal: Serial, 0:5V Data Stream (8 bits) Plus Frame Synchronization Pulse (FS) and CLK Digital 0:5V up to 10KHz.
• Output signal: 2 Analog 4vp-p
• Baseband Low pass filter
• 7th order Butterworth filter
• Tunable Low pass filter
• Input signal: Analog up to 4Vpp
• Cutoff Frequency: 900 Hz to 12 KHz
• Type: 8th order, Elliptic
• Integrators
• Input signal: Analog 4V pk-pk
• Unit Delay with Sample & Hold
• Input signal: ANALOG 4V pk-pk
• Input signal : Analog up to 4Vpp
• BW: DC to 150 KHz
• Gain of each channel : 0 to 2