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Unformatted text preview: ECE2311 HOMEWORK # 2 B09
Name : ECE Box Number: _ Due date: This assignment is due Wednesday, November 11, bring to class. Make a photocopy
for your reference for fast comparison to solution set. Put all answers on the lines provided! Problem 1 e Signal energy
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QM : am eh‘t Q§’“¢lél* Problem 7 —» Matlab graphing Read pages 53—60 of the textbook if you have not yet done so (it was in the reading assignments).
Matlab is installed 011 ECE and school—Wide (CCC) computers on campus. You should either ﬁnd
an icon for Matlab on the desktops of these computers or in a submenu of the Windows Start menu.
Launch Matlab as you would any program. Once Matlab has launched and initialized itself, you
will ﬁnd a >> prompt awaiting your commands. You can either use Matlab like a calculator, typing
and executing each command manually, or you can use its built in editor to create scripts that can
be saved and executed again at a future date. You should try entering all the commands in the
textbook section mentioned above if you are not yet familiar with Matlab to get some experience
with it. Also see the many tutorials that I have placed in the “resources” section of the course
website to get additional clues as to how to do basic tasks. (a) Do problem 13.22 in the textbook. Attach your plots to this homework (yes7 with a staple)
(b) Do problem B23 in the textbook. Again attach your plot. 11/11/09 11:27 AM M:\ECE2311\bO9\Hwk2Plots.m 1 of 1 t=[—3:0.01:3]:
xlzreal(2*exp((—l+j*2*pi)*t));
x2=imag(3—exp((l~j*2*pi)*t));
x3=3—imag(exp((l—j*2*pi)*t));
figure(l); plot(t,x1); figure(2); plot(t,x2); figure(3) plot(t,x3); 50 —% “K 2T 10— 2 10 ——————T— 10_ 15_ 15———r 10._ 15 r
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2010 for the course ECE 2311 taught by Professor Hakim during the Winter '08 term at WPI.
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