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Unformatted text preview: function H ( z ). 13. Given X ( z ) and H ( z ), nd Y ( z ). 14. Given Y ( z ), nd y [ n ]. Perform partial fraction expansion, if necessary. 15. Given y [ n ] and H ( z ), nd x [ n ] (inverse problem). 16. Given x [ n ] and y [ n ], nd H ( z ) (identication problem). 17. Given H ( z ), nd governing dierence equation or impulse response h [ n ]. 18. Given H ( z ), draw amplitude and phase spectra. Explain where they reside on the complex plane. 19. Explain relation between s-plane and z-plane. 20. Given H ( z ), draw the location of poles and zeros and determine stability of the lter....
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This note was uploaded on 05/25/2010 for the course BME 171 taught by Professor Izatt during the Spring '08 term at Duke.
- Spring '08