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1 ECEN 4763: Introduction to Digital Signal Processing Fall 2009 Lecture 9: Friday, September 4, 2009 Basic DT Processing, Part II 1. Describing LTI DT systems 2. Series and parallel combos 3. System properties from h ( n )

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2 Basic DT Processing, Part II 1. Describing LTI DT systems 2. Series and parallel combos 3. System properties from h ( n ) Describing LTI DT systems 1. Via impulse response h ( n ) 2. Via a difference equation y ( n ) = some function of x ( n ) 3. Via a frequency response H (e j ω ) 4 Via a system response H ( z ) 4. Via a system response 5. Via a system diagram
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Unformatted text preview: 3 Describing LTI DT systems Describing LTI DT systems 4 Describing LTI DT systems Describing LTI DT systems 5 Basic DT Processing, Part II 1. Describing LTI DT systems 2. Series and parallel combos 3. System properties from h ( n ) Series and parallel combos 6 Series and parallel combos System properties from h ( n ) In terms of the impulse response. .. 7 System properties from h ( n ) In terms of the impulse response. .. System properties from h ( n ) 8 Summary of LTI DT systems...
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