hw7 - EE 562a Homework Set 7 Due Monday 16 April 2007 1...

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Unformatted text preview: EE 562a Homework Set 7 Due Monday 16 April 2007 1 (The following well-defined problems come from different sources, and the notation used may vary. Dont let that bother you!) 1. Hypothesis testing in discrete time. (Modified Final Exam Problem - Fall-92 - Hinedi/ Chugg). Consider the task of deciding between two hypotheses regarding signals defined on T = Z : H : x ( u,n ) = s ( n ) + w ( u,n ) H 1 : x ( u,n ) = s 1 ( n ) + w ( u,n ) , where the deterministic signals are defined by s i ( n ) = P cos( ( n + i )) n { , 1 } n = ...- 2 ,- 1 , 2 , 3 ... i = 0 , 1 , and the (real) Gaussian noise process, w ( u,n ), has PSD given by S w ( ) = 2 (1- 2 ) 1- 2 cos(2 ) + 2 , where | | < 1. (a) Based on observing only x ( u,n ) for n = 0 , 1 design a good rule for deciding which hypothesis is true. (b) What is the bound on the probability of error? (c) Determine an exact expression for the probability of error. Your answer should involve the Q function: Q ( z ) = Z z N 1 ( x ;0;1) dx = Z z exp- x 2 2 2 dx. (d) Using the fact that Q (3) . 001, and assuming that the noise is white (i.e. = 0), what is the minimum signal-to-noise ratio ( SNR = P 2 ) required to ensure that the error probability is at most 1/1000? (e) Discuss the performance of this system as varies. (f) What is the conditional pdf of w ( u, 0) ,w ( u, 1) given w ( u,k ), where k is an integer other than 0 or 1? In other words, determine f w ( u, 0) ,w ( u, 1) | w ( u,k ) ( z ,z 1 | z k ) ....
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