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EECS 20N: Structure and Interpretation of Signals and Systems Department of EECS U NIVERSITY OF C ALIFORNIA B ERKELEY Problem Set 5 Issued: 10 November 2006 Due: 17 November 2006, 5pm HW5.1 Parseval’s Identity for Periodic, Discrete-Time Signals: We can use con- cepts from inner-product spaces to derive Parseval’s identity for periodic discrete- time signals. Consider a DT signal x : Z R that is periodic with period p (and frequency ω 0 = 2 π p ). Parseval’s identity is given by: 1 p summationdisplay n = ( p ) | x ( n ) | 2 = summationdisplay k = ( p ) | X k | 2 . The left-hand side of Parseval’s identity, 1 p summationdisplay n = ( p ) | x ( n ) | 2 , denotes the average power in one period of x . Each term | X k | 2 in the right-hand side of the identity represents the average power of the k th harmonic component of x , x k ( n ) = X k e ikω 0 n , where X k denotes the k th coefficient in the complex exponential Fourier series ex- pansion of x : x ( n ) = summationdisplay ( p ) X k e ikω 0 n = summationdisplay ( p ) x k ( n ) . (a) The total energy of a discrete-time signal r (not necessarily periodic) over an interval ( p ) is E ( p ) ( r ) = summationdisplay n = ( p ) | r ( n ) | 2 . Note that ( p ) can be, for example, [0 ,p 1] Z , or any other suitably-chosen length- p interval. The average power of r over the same time interval is P ( p ) ( r ) = 1 p summationdisplay n = ( p ) | r ( n ) | 2 . It should now be clear why the left-hand side of Parseval’s identity denotes the average power of the periodic signal x over one period. Show that the average power of x k ( n ) , the k th harmonic component of x , is indeed | X k | 2 , as claimed in the problem statement. 1

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Solution x k ( n ) = X k e ikω 0 n average power of x k ( n ) = 1 p p 1 summationdisplay n =0 | x k ( n ) | 2 = 1 p p 1 summationdisplay n =0 | X k e ikω 0 n | 2 = 1 p p 1 summationdisplay n =0 X k e ikω 0 n ( X k e ikω 0 n ) = 1 p p 1 summationdisplay n =0 X k X k 1 = 1 p p | X k | 2 = | X k | 2 (b) The inner product of two discrete-time signals v,w : Z C over the interval ( p ) is defined as follows: ( v,w ) : [ Z C ] 2 C v,w [ Z C ] , ( v,w ) = summationdisplay n = ( p ) v ( n ) w ( n ) , where w ( n ) denotes the complex conjugate of w . Two signals v and w are orthogonal , written v w , if ( v,w ) = 0 . Prove the following orthogonality relationship among the harmonic complex exponentials φ k and φ l in the Fourier series expansion of the p -periodic signal x : ( φ k l ) = ( k l ) , where δ ( · ) denotes the Kronecker delta function and φ k ( n ) = e ikω 0 n and φ l ( n ) = e ilω 0 n , k,l ∈( p ) . Note that the complex exponential Fourier series expansion of the signal x can be written as x ( n ) = k = ( p ) X k φ k ( n ) . We have now shown that the func- tions φ k are mutually orthogonal, i.e., φ k φ l if k negationslash = l . For clarity, it is worth noting that the k th harmonic component x k is related to the the k th basis function φ k according to the following equation: x k ( n ) = X k φ k ( n ) .
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