# Syllabus Basic Signal And System | AKTU B.tech Preparation

The syllabus for Basic Signal and Systems engineering in electrical and electronic engineering is being discovered here. I sincerely hope that this article will assist you in your upcoming exams.

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## UNIT – 1: CONTINUOUS TIME SIGNALS & SYSTEMS

• Introduction to continuous time and discrete time signals,
• Classification of signals with their mathematical representation and characteristics.
• Transformation of independent variable,
• Introduction to various type of system, basic system properties.
• Analogous System:
• Linear mechanical elements,
• force-voltage and force-current analogy,
• modeling of mechanical and electromechanical systems:
• Analysis of first and second order linear systems by classical method.

## UNIT – 2 : FOURIER TRANSFORM ANALYSIS

• Exponential form and Compact trigonometric form of Fourier series,
• Fourier symmetry,
• Fourier transform:
• Properties,
• application to network analysis.
• Definition of DTFS, and DIFT, Sampling Theorem.

## UNIT – 3 : LAPLACE TRANSFORM ANALYSIS

• Review of Laplace Transform,
• Properties of Laplace Transform,
• Initial & Final value Theorems,
• Inverse Laplace Transform,
• Convolution Theorem,
• Impulse response,
• Application of Laplace Transform to analysis of networks,
• waveform synthesis and Laplace Transform to complex waveforms.

## UNIT – 4 : STATE VARIABLE ANALYSIS

• Introduction,
• State Space representation of linear systems,
• Transfer function and state Variables,
• State Transition Matrix,
• Solution of state equations for homogeneous and non-homogeneous systems,
• Applications of State – Variable technique to the analysis of linear systems.

## UNIT – 5: Z-TRANSFORM ANALYSIS

• Concept of Z – Transform, Z – Transform of common functions,
• Inverse Z – Transform,
• Initial & Final value Theorems,
• Applications to solution of difference equations,
• Properties of Z-transform.