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Course: HW 599, Fall 2009
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Wednesday, Due January 30 You may use Matlab/simulink wherever applicable 1. a) EE/MFS 599 HW #3 Plot the step responses of the following first order systems with a transmission zeroes. Can you see the effect of the zero? How about on part ii)? i) H(s) = 10(s+1)/(.1s +1) ii) H(s) = 10(.1s+1)/(.1s +1) iii) H(s) = 10(.01s+1)/(.1s +1) Soln: EE/MFS 599: Plot of H(s) = 10(s+1)/(.1s +1 100 11 EE/MFS 599: Plot of...

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