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Unformatted text preview: ECE 161A Final Exam Monday, June 8, 2009 Name: (Last) ___________ (First) ___________ Problem 1: _______/20 Problem 2: _______/20 Problem 3: _______/20 Problem 4: _______/20 Problem 5: _______/20 Rules: 1. By writing your name above, you certify that the solution is your own work. Cheating in any form (copying another student’s work, using un-authorized materials, etc.) results in an immediate score of zero for the exam, and further disciplinary actions by the School of Engineering. 2. No calculators or any other electronic devices. 3. Write clearly. That is necessary to ensure that you receive partial credit. 4. Cross out any work you do NOT want to be graded. Wrong answers may cause you to loose points. 5. Partial credit is given ONLY to correct solution techniques, not to correct answers from wrong procedures. Spring 2009, ECE 161A, Final Exam- 1 - Problem 1 (this problem has three parts) When the following input is applied to a causal linear time-invariant system, the output is y [ n ] = 2 δ [ n ] + 3 δ [ n − 1] + δ [ n − 2] a) Find the transfer function H(z) of this system. b) Use the inverse z-transform to find the impulse response h[n] of this system....
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This note was uploaded on 06/30/2010 for the course CSE CSE 161A taught by Professor Javaidi during the Spring '10 term at UCSD.
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