Lab "Embedded Signal Processing"

Basic Information

Lecturers:   Anton Namenas and Alexej Namenas
Room:   PC Lab, Building B
Language:   German
Target group:   Students in electrical engineering and information technology as well as students in electrical engineering, information technology and business management
Prerequisites:   Signals and systems I,II
Registration procedure:  

If you want to sign up for this laboratory, you need to register with the following information in the registration form

  • surname, first name,
  • e-mail address,
  • matriculation number.

Please note, that the registration period starts the 01.09.2018 at 08:00 am and ends the 14.10.2018 at 11:59 pm. All applications before and after this registration period, will not be taken into account.

Registration will be possible within the before mentioned time under the following subsite- Lab Registration.

 

The registration is binding. A deregistration is possible by sending a mail with your name and matriculation number to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. until, 08.10.2018 at 11:59 pm. All later cancellations of registration will be considered as having failed the lab.

Time:  

The first experiment takes place on the 02.11.2018 in the PC Lab of building B. The corresponding documents will be distributed at the beginning of this first experiment since there is no preliminary work required. The schedule of all experiments and the group assignment can be found in the list below.

  • On Wednesday: 08:00 - 09:45 h
  • On Thursday: 11:15 - 14:15 h
Contents:  

Note: The lab "Embedded Signal Processing" takes place for the first time in the winter term 2018/2019.

The presented lab "Embedded Signal Processing" is intended to prepare students for practical work in digital signal processing. Typical signal processing algorithms will be implemented during the lab on a signal processing platform using the C/C++ programming language. In addition, the lab deepens the theoretical knowledge of the two signal and systems lectures.

The contents of the lab is the following:

  • Introduction to the hardware and the programming language
  • Convolution techniques (unconfirmed)
  • Filter design (unconfirmed)
  • Implementation of an analysis filter bank
  • Implementation of a synthesis filter bank
  • Implementation of a convolution (frequency and time domain)
  • Introduction to the feedback compensation
  • Implementation of the modules of the feedback compensation

 

Assignment

The final group assignment can be found below.

Please note that not every day/group wish could be considered for the assignment!

Students (matriculation numbers) Group
1109801, 1103226 1
1106166, 1105665 2
1024519, 1103947 3
1036576, 1112708 4
1023689, 1113439 5

 

Dates

Experiment Wednesday Thursday
1 - 02.11.2018
2 07.11.2018 08.11.2018
3 14.11.2018 15.11.2018
4 21.11.2018 22.11.2018
5 28.11.2018 29.11.2018
6 05.12.2018 06.12.2018
7 12.12.2018 13.12.2018
8 19.12.2018 20.12.2018
9 09.01.2019 10.01.2019
10 16.01.2019 17.01.2019
11 23.01.2019 24.01.2019

 

Website News

01.10.2018: Dissertation of Philipp Bullding added.

14.08.2018: New section about our SONAR "sisters" added.

18.07.2018: New section about our Parkinson voice training game added.

07.07.2018: New lecture Fundamentals of Acoustics by Jan Abshagen added.

03.03.2018: Team wall added.

Recent Publications

E. Elzenheimer, H. Laufs, T. Sander-Thömmes, G. Schmidt: Magnetoneurograhy of an Electrically Stimulated Arm Nerve, Joint Journal of the German Society for Biomedical Engineering in VDE and the Austrian and Swiss Societies for Biomedical Engineering and the German Society of Biomaterials, Volume 63, Number 12, Pages 363-366, September 2018

Contact

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerhard Schmidt

E-Mail: gus@tf.uni-kiel.de

Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
Faculty of Engineering
Institute for Electrical Engineering and Information Engineering
Digital Signal Processing and System Theory

Kaiserstr. 2
24143 Kiel, Germany

Recent News

Audiometer

Last Wednesday (17.10.2018) we obtained our first audiometer. With this audiometer we are able to conduct both pure-tone audiometry up to 12.5 kHz and basic speech intelligibility tests. The tests may be perfomed for either air/bone conduction or in the free field. Now we can analyze the hearing capabilities of our test subjects, which will help us when performing subjective tests. Special ...


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