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ECE 310 ‘ Profs. Do and Liang Midterm Exam 7:00—8:30pm, Thursday, March 1, 2018 Name: Section: 9:00 AM 12:00 PM 3:00 PM NetID: Score: Instructions 0 You may not use any books, calculators, or notes other than two handwritten two—sided sheets of
8.5” x 11” paper. 0 Show all your work to receive full credit for your answers. 0 When you are asked to “calculate”, “determine”, or “ﬁnd”, this means providing closed-form ex-
pressions (i.e., without summation or integration signs). 0 Neatness counts. If we are unable to read your work, we cannot grade it. 0 Turn in your entire booklet once you are ﬁnished. No extra booklet or papers will be considered. (10 Pts.) . :{I‘TS 84:»ch 1. Answer True or False to each of the following statements: 00 =l {govt-292‘; m
(a) Let Z x[n] 6[sin(7rn)] = 2. Then 2 cr[n] = 2. .False (b) Suppose that a:[n] has z—transform X (z) The DTFT of 1:[n] can always be expressed as:
Xd(w) = X(z)|z:em. True
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“no” Whether the properties indicated apply to the system. 4 W. aw)“ Linear Shift- Causal —t V [
JR: Yes No y[n]=‘y[n—1]+ n m[n], 7120,12,... ya: Mo YLS‘ Stable y[n] = $[n — 1] + $[n] + $[n + 1] Mo £019th 310‘} x O v” (8 Pts.) 3. Calculate and plot the results of the following convolution: {i’ 2, 3, 2, 1} * {i’ —1} ‘fCrﬂ;i|,l,\,41-1,_‘ "
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following signals. Simplify your expressions. (a) x[n] = 36[n + 1] — 6[n — 100]
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5'1 is implemented by an LCCDE: 1
ylnl = iyln—1]+:c[n], n=0,1,2,.... (a) Determine the transfer function of 52: H2 (2:) (b) Determine the unit pulse response of $2: h2[n]
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