CLOSED BOOK/CLOSED NOTES
Study Guide:
Test 2 - Review - Fall 2008 - Nov. 10, 2008
CLOSED BOOK/CLOSED NOTES
One open sheet of paper 8.5 x 11 (you
write your own notes - both sides)
It is assumed that you have basic knowledge of the pre-requisite continuous signals and systems material and
also of the discrete-time systems material examined in the previous test, i.e., difference equations, convolution
sum, unit impulse, stability, causality, frequency response function, impulse response, application of DTFT
and z transform to system and signal analysis, simulation diagrams for FIR and IIR filters.
Sections to Study:
the z transform and its properties, ROC, poles and zeros , inverse z transform, partial fractions, finding
impulse, transient, steady state response using the inverse z transform, filter examples studied in class
Z-transform: residue theorem for causal sequences, transient and steady-state response using the residue theorem
FIR filters, simulation diagrams, stability considerations, transient steady-state response, linear phase design, group
delay, design using the Fourier series and windows, Kaiser window design and its application to FIR filter design,
design by zero placement, IIR filters, analog filter approxinations, the bilinear and impulse invariance methods,
design simple first and second order IIR filters. Multirate systems, Sampling rate changes, QMF, Utility of
sampling rate change in Delta-Sigma A/D and D/A
Specific Spanias Chapters/Hw
Chapters 3,4,5,6 from J-DSP booklet (Spanias), All relevant Labs
Test Structure:
There will be two parts.
part a: short questions examining knowledge of concepts. No partial credit on those. This part will account for about