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# presec11 - ” 4 Signal Processing First CD “Chapter...

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P a g e | 1 ECE 2200: Section XI Problems (Week 12 / Spring 2009) 1) Consider the following continuous LTI system, where ℎ ? = 3.4 𝑒 1.6 ? cos 2.3 ? ? ( ? ) and ? ? = sin 4 𝜋? . a) Find the frequency response of the system. b) Solve for ? ( ? ) . The following problems were taken from the CD that comes with the course’s required text. They are reproduced here for convenience only. 2) Signal Processing First CD: “Chapter 11/Homework/Find the Frequency Response of a Continuous-Time System h(t) x(t) y(t)

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P a g e | 2 3) Signal Processing First CD: “Chapter 11/Homework/Find output from inverse Fourier transform

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Unformatted text preview: ” 4) Signal Processing First CD: “Chapter 11/Homework/Finding Fourier Transforms and Inverse Transforms ” 5) Signal Processing First CD: “Chapter 11/Homework/Miscellaneous Fourier transform puzzles ” P a g e | 3 6) Signal Processing First CD: “Chapter 11/Homework/Fourier transform of triangular pulse ” 7) Signal Processing First CD: “Chapter 11/Homework/Output when filtering an impulse train ” P a g e | 4 8) Signal Processing First CD: “Chapter 11/Homework/Frequency response filters periodic input with Fourier series ”...
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