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ESE 337 Exam IV Fall, 2002 Name ID no. 1. Design a type I FIR filter of order 2 to LS match the ideal lowpass filter Ha(r) - D(w)e-i' with n@)-{1 l"'9;<'s1 t 0 for 1.5 4u 1r at u = 0,0.8, 1.7,
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2. Design a least degree Butterworth analog lowpass filter with- passband edge frequency 206 rad/s with tolerance 3 dB or less and stopband edge freqrrency 600 rad/s with attenuation 25 db or more'
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Using bilinear transformation to design esign a digital lowpass filter to have passband frequency 1 rad/s in [0, zr] from the following analog filter G(s) = ^-] -t - s 2 * 2 s * 1 It is a type I Chebyshev filter of order 2. 4. Consider the digital filter H(-t - (L- '-t)(1 -o'32-t +0'6'-21 &quot; ) -Implement it in a canonical form and a cascade form....
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2010 for the course ESE 337 taught by Professor Chi-tsongchen during the Fall '10 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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