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Course: MAS 160, Fall 2009
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160/510 MAS Problem Set Two 1. Phase and Time shifting. DSP First 2.17(a) 2. Switching between frequency-domain and time-domain (a) DSP First 3.2 (b) DSP First 3.3(a),3.3(b) 3. Fourier Series Determine the Fourier series for the following periodic signals of period To : (a) x(t) = t2 , 0 t &lt; To (b) x(t) = t, 0 t &lt; To /2 1, To /2 t &lt; To For the following lab exercises (found in...

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