Fall 2004 - ESE 337 Exam II Fa11,2004 7W4: Name > 7 ID...

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Unformatted text preview: ESE 337 Exam II Fa11,2004 7W4: Name > 7 ID no. :3” 1. Consider a DT system described by 431M + W — 1}: fin} Does it describe a causal system? (1 point) What is its order? (1 point) What are its transfer function (3 points) and impulse response (in closed form) (7 points)?. Is it auFIR or HR? (1 point) What is its convolution description? (5 points) 1 . _ ,A 4.! 13m imwllv-e fl “Wle j/flz Tran;st fimd‘ém ; 4y(31+zz"rzz)=xzz) 5 4> 1sz K :,£__.— » , M - /—7’ “(’9' >43) ‘ 4mg" 421% EVE/Lie. WSW/>6 : law); (257} -» (~z’) 2m M111? - #7 c V agave/J47?” WWW 1 jgw ; z mmwmé) , é“) . W ~ fl) ’ = z zfi—g’) £4427 r5“ /5 M! 5177 (a) Is a system with transfer function z+10 H ‘ : __.._______—_ 1V) ‘ z3+3.222+3.25z+1.7 stable? (4 points) What is its steady—state response excited by x[n] : -2 + sin(7r/4)n (4 points) 7 0’) Repeat (a) for a system with transfer function 222 r I V ‘* a ‘ r _ a rim L51 1 Mai 3%)},513 7am“ ,w gWéLr 5&1; wir ) Lb! H z 3 = L 3’ (Sr—mqu _ 2. L‘U): ’j’j fiij’i’é ‘ 5: . f; 2f . ‘1‘“)7 wwwfié/ 2+ MW 6}"? VJ rO‘ECf. 77 ...
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Fall 2004 - ESE 337 Exam II Fa11,2004 7W4: Name > 7 ID...

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