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Unformatted text preview: Assignment #04 ~Solutions  9.1 33832410 Signais & Systems  Spring 2093’ Due Tue 01/30/97
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l5 Mm). A LTI system has an impuise response, Mn} 2 {1,1,1,0,...}. (21) Find output ylfn] when the input is x,[n] m {1,1,1,0,...}.
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(c)(3) The inputs x1 [11} and x2[n] are related by the equation x2 {n} m 2cE {n — 2}. Compare your
sketches of the outputs in (a) and (b) above and ﬁnd the relationship between yin] and )22 [n]. M = e ; We 91.0%?!» 32.13/11 103 {$593 w m r; Vi We wiﬁgﬁﬁy 31513: glmhzg Ogda’hi‘éﬂ m." 2‘2 a... “‘1 31??”1} 1&4 3? 1 Assignment #04 ~Soiuti0ns  13.2 ECSE—2410 Signals & Systems » Spring 2007 Due Tue OHS {O7
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convolution y? {n} = x} [n + 2} * kin]. To get back to the originel problem re—insert the two leading zeros by shifting the resulting convolution, 5J2 {rs —« 2} 3 to the right (delay) two units. This shift (i..e, replace it by 112) in output signal brings us right back to the eréginal output, thus
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(a) Use the graphica! marked to determine the value of y[2] , whim y[n} m xEn] =I= Mn}. That is,
sketch graphs of x[k] mic, [in —— ic] vs. k , and x[k} M2 —— Ar} vs}: to detennine y[2]. You only
need to soive the problem for n a: 2 . Assignment #04 — Soiutions  13.5 ECSE—ZiH 9 Siguais & Systems a Spring 200? Due Tue 0180/0? 360). Let ﬁn] m up; + 2] —z«:[n — 4} and Mn] = :1 24:2}. Centinued.
(b) Use the: army method to check your answer in (a). NOTE. This methoci does not give closed form soiutions, but can be used :9 ﬁnd a single vaiue,
such as in this problem, ifyou are carefw’f The Array method works only fer ﬁnite sequeaces, so let’s truncate x92] and Mn}. You must pick
a sufﬁcient number of eiements in 2:34} and him}. Oiherwise you wiil get incorrect resuits! Let 11mm {g,1,2,3,4,0,...} and xgn] m {1,1,13,1,1,0,...}. Assignment #04 — Solutions w [3.6 ECSE~2410 Signals & Systems  Spring 2007 Due Tue 01/30/07 4(30). Suppose h[n] x {1,1,2,0,...}. (2:) Find output y[n} when xin = {§,2,l,0,...}. Use array method.
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