LECTURE 3a-ECC3107 130110

# LECTURE 3a-ECC3107 130110 - Lecture 3(a) Lecture Topic -...

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Lecture 3(a) Lecture 3(a) Topic Topic - Systems: Continuous-Time Systems (CTS) and Discrete-Time Systems (DTS) - System Characteristics Learning Outcome Learning Outcome At the end of this lecture, students should be able to: - to identify various types and characteristics of system

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Continuous-Time Systems (CTS) and Discrete-Time Systems (DTS)
Block diagram-CTS Single-input, single-output system Multiple-input, multiple-output systems

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Block diagram-DTS Single-input, single-output system
System Characteristic (a) HOMOGENEITY In a homogeneous system, multiplying the excitation by any constant (including complex constants) multiplies the response by the same constant. Block diagram illustrating the concept of homogeneity for a CTS (K is any complex constant)

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(b) TIME INVARIANCE If an arbitrary excitation x[n] of a system causes a response y[n], and an excitation of the system x[n-n 0 ], for any arbitrary n 0 , the system is said to be time invariant . Block diagram illustrating the concept of time invariance for a DTS
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## This note was uploaded on 01/11/2010 for the course ECC ECC3107 taught by Professor Drmakhfudzah during the Spring '09 term at Punjab Engineering College.

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LECTURE 3a-ECC3107 130110 - Lecture 3(a) Lecture Topic -...

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