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ME360 Exam 1, Spring 2010, 7pm-9pm, Wednesday, March 31, 135MEB, 153MEB Focus Topics for Exam 1 Introductory Background. 1. Signal classification: discrete time, continuous time, analog, sampled, quantized, digital, causal, noncausal, deterministic, stochastic, mixed. 2. Signal measures: absolute and square integrability, absolute and squire summability; power signals, energy signals. 3. Basic operations on signals: folding, scaling, shifting, decimation, interpolation. 4. Basic characteristics of a periodic signal: frequency, magnitude, phase. Summation of periodic signals of different frequencies, common period. 5. Signal spectra: phase, magnitude, and power spectra of a simple sinusoid, of a sum of sinusoids. 6. Finding transfer functions of simple mechanical systems and circuits (equivalent impedance method for circuits). Effect of output choice on the form of a transfer function. Instrumentation. 7. AC vs DC coupling, first order low pass and high pass filter transfer functions and their blocking zeros.
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