**Unformatted text preview: **4. 15.14 5. For a discrete-time LTI system, let input x(n) =2-n u(n), h(n) = 3 u(n) (a) Obtain the output y(n) through an analytical approach. (b) Obtain X(z) and H(z). (c) Obtain Y(z) using any method. (d) Obtain the pole(s) of Y(z). (e) What types of poles (e.g., simple real-valued pole)? (f) Find y(n) using partial fraction expansion approach....

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- Fall '16
- Digital Signal Processing, Signal Processing, Partial fractions in complex analysis, discrete-time LTI, Discrete Systems, Discrete system