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Course: ECE 220, Fall 2008
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Mason 1 George University ECE 220: Signals and Systems I Lecture 13, 3/5/08 ECE 220 In-Class Problem 3 For a certain LTI system, the Laplace transform of the output y(t) can be written as Y (s) = As X(s), (s + 3)2 + 64 2 where X(s) is the transform of the input signal and A is a constant. Suppose that input the to this system is x(t) = u(t). Which of the plots shown below could show the output of this system?...

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Mason 1 George University ECE 220: Signals and Systems I Lecture 13, 3/5/08 ECE 220 In-Class Problem 3 For a certain LTI system, the Laplace transform of the output y(t) can be written as Y (s) = As X(s), (s + 3)2 + 64 2 where X(s) is the transform of the input signal and A is a constant. Suppose that input the to this system is x(t) = u(t). Which of the plots shown below could show the output of this system? 0.04 0.02 y (t) 0 0.02 0.04 0 0.04 0.02 y (t) 0 0.02 0.04 0 0.04 0.02...

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