202-10Prb57-64

202-10Prb57-64 - EE202 HOMEWORK PROBLEMS SPRING 10 RAYS...

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HOMEWORK PROBLEMS SPRING 10 RAY’S READING SUGGESTIONS FOR BROADENING YOUR EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION QUOTE : Let each person pass their days in that wherein the skill is greatest. –Sextus Propertius ON HISTORY His Excellency: George Washington by Joseph J. Ellis (George was a vain man, but believed that people and nations do things that are in their best interest and are true to treaties and the like, only in so far as it is in the best interest of both groups.) Bound to Canaan by Fergus Bordewich (An excellent rendition of the origins of the underground railroad and the people who used it and the heros and heroines who became its conductors.) ON PHILOSOPHY Nonviolence: 25 Lessons from the History of a Dangerous Idea by Mark Kurlansky (Did you know that no language in the world has a word for “nonviolence” that is not a negation of violence?) Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Bar: Understanding Philosophy through Jokes by Thomas Cathcart and Daniel Klein. (Great!) On Bullshit by Harry G. Frankfurt (Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at Princeton University)— (Someone who tells a lie knows the truth and deliberately ignores it. BS is so insidious because it marginalizes, makes irrelevant both the truth and the lie—making no distinction.) A very short book since there is no …. in it. DUE TUESDAY APRIL 6 (THIS IS AN EXTENDED DEADLINE—THE ORIGINAL DEADLINE WAS MONDAY APRIL 5) 57-58. Work in MATLAB to the extent possible. A HP filter has specs Amax = 1.5 dB, Amin = 32 dB, fs = 1000 Hz, and fp = 4000 Hz. The minimum Butterworth filter order is 3. (a) Determine the equivalent NLP specs, (1, A max ) ( ! p , A min ) . (b) Verify that n = 3 is the minimum order of a LP Butterworth filter given the specs of (a). (c) Compute the 3 rd order 3dB NLP Butterworth transfer function and write it as the product of two transfer functions, one of which has a second order denominator and the other a first order denominator, i.e., H 3 dBNLP ( s ) = H 2 ndOrder ( s ) H 1 storder ( s ) . (d) Compute the NLP transfer function by frequency scaling using K f 1 = ! c
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