
By doctorj, on August 31st, 2010% Getting students involve with learning is always a good thing especially when it involves math or technical topics. To improve student retention in difficult electrical engineering concepts, engaged learning is needed such as hardware labs and research projects. Another alternative is to use Matlab offering useful tools such as a graphical user interface (GUI) to [...] . . . → Read More: Matlab GUI (or GUIDE) for Engaged Learning
By doctorj, on July 3rd, 2009% The Matlab tutorial provides a quick introduction describing a low pass filter (LPF). A LPF passes low frequency signals while attenuating the amplitude of signals with higher frequencies at a frequency called the cutoff frequency. The cutoff frequency determines when frequencies of the input signal passes through the filter unattenuated and what signal frequencies gets [...] . . . → Read More: Simulink / Matlab Tutorial and Example – Low Pass Filter (Part 1)
By doctorj, on March 19th, 2009% The following video shows how to use Matlab to perform a partial fraction decompostion or expansion. The technique is used here to find the inverse Laplace transform. In addition, the inverse Laplace Transform function called ilaplace() is used to find the inverse laplace transform. Matlab can be used to help verify your results when performing [...] . . . → Read More: Matlab Tutorial – Partial Fraction Expansion or Decomposition and Inverse Laplace Transform
By doctorj, on February 27th, 2009% Here is a review of the discrete convolution sum including several examples using Matlab. The convolution concept is very important in the area of digital signal processing with applications to communications and control systems. You can also view the discrete convolution sum as a multiplication of two polynomials (e.g. ztransform) Some of the links in [...] . . . → Read More: Matlab Examples: Review of Discrete Convolution Sum Using Matlab
By doctorj, on February 27th, 2009% Here is a tutorial on multiplying vectors and matrices using Matlab. Three examples are shown: (1) mutiplying two vectors, (2) multiplying a vector and a matrix, and (3) multiplying two matrices. Some of the links in the post above are “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, we [...] . . . → Read More: Matlab Tutorial: Multiplying Matrices and Vectors

