Exam 3 material - filter Find steady-state response and...

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Sheet1 Page 1 Exam III will be postponed from Nov. 12 to Nov. 17 (Tuesday). It has one take-home problem which was already distributed in the class. You may pick it up from me or TA. You may also make a copy from your friend. The in-class exam has three problems: (2) CT and DT stability of polynomial. Routh test and Jury test. (3) Use a ruler and a protractor to measure and to plot the magnitude and phase response of a digital
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Unformatted text preview: filter. Find steady-state response and stabilize a filter. (4) Study one type of an FIR filter. (7) Ideal digital filters. Specification of practical filters. Design of first- and second-order digital filters, comb filters, and sinusoid a (8) Design of linear-phase FIR filters: window method, least squares optimal, and minimax optimal filters. (Sec. 7.1-7.7)....
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  • Fall '10
  • Chi-TsongChen
  • TA, Finite impulse response, minimax optimal filters, linear-phase FIR filters, second-order digital filters

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