20082ee102_1_hw5

20082ee102_1_hw5 - where S 1 and S 2 are L TI C Moreover S 1 is described by the IPOP relation z t = Z t e t-τ x τ dτ while the Unit Step

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SPRING 2008: Put First Letter * of LAST Name in the corner →→%% (* Otherwise Your HW will be LOST) PRINT: (LAST, Middle, First):——————————————————– HW: # 5 A LATE HW IS NEVER A HW! Posted: May 1st Hand In: May 8th Attach This Sheet To Your HW 1. Realize the signal y ( t ) = ( - 7 e - 3 t + 8 e - 4 t ) U ( t ) as the output of a L, TI, C system S when an appropriate input x(t) is applied to S. Write down the IRF h(t) of S and the input x(t). x ( t ) =? [ L,TI,C,h ( t ) =?] y ( t ) = ( - 7 e - 3 t + 8 e - 4 t ) U ( t ) 2. In the diagram below: x ( t ) S 1 z ( t ) S 2 y ( t
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Unformatted text preview: ) where S 1 and S 2 are L, TI, C. Moreover, S 1 is described by the IPOP relation z ( t ) = Z t e-( t-τ ) x ( τ ) dτ, while the Unit Step Response g 2 ( t ) of S 2 is g 2 ( t ) = te-t U ( t ) . Your problem is to compute the output y(t) of the cascaded combination S 12 = S 1 S 2 when the input x ( t ) = δ ( t ) + 2 costU ( t ) 1 is applied to it. 3. Textbook, Page.37, Problem 2.2 4. Textbook, Page.68, Problem 3.4 5. Textbook, Page.71, Problem 3.11 6. Textbook, Page.75, Problem 3.23 2...
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2010 for the course EE ee102 taught by Professor Levan during the Spring '09 term at UCLA.

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20082ee102_1_hw5 - where S 1 and S 2 are L TI C Moreover S 1 is described by the IPOP relation z t = Z t e t-τ x τ dτ while the Unit Step

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