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### Lab6S08

Course: EE 295, Fall 2009
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348: EE Lab 6, Spring 2008 Frequency Response of FIR Filters 1 Introduction Lab 6 examines the frequency response of discrete-time FIR lters, the Discrete-Time Fourier Transform (DTFT, used for discrete non-periodic signals) and the frequency response of the output of an FIR lter. Your lab report is due at the beginning of class Tuesday of two weeks hence, April 15. Labs are to be done individually, although...

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