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Unformatted text preview: ECE 301, Midterm #3
7:00—8:00pm Tuesday. Nov. 28, PHYS 112, . Enter your name, student ID number, e—mail address, and signature in the space
provided on this page, NOW! . This is a closed book exam. . This exam contains 5 questions. For multiplechoice and short—answer questions,
there is no need to justify your answers. You have one hour to complete it. I will suggest not spending too much time on a single question, and work on those you
know how to solve. . The sub—questions of a given question are listed from the easiest to the hardest.
The best strategy may be to ﬁnish only the sub—questions you know exactly how to
solve. . There are a total of 12 pages in the exam booklet. Use the back of each page for
rough work. . Neither calculator nor crib sheet is allowed. . Important! There is no question identical to the exercises, and therefore trying
to duplicate those solutions from your memory will be given zero credit. . Read through all of the problems ﬁrst, and consult with the TA during the ﬁrst
15 minutes. After that, no questions should be asked unless under special circum—
stances, which is at TA’s discretion. You can also get a feel for how long each
question might take after browsing through the entire question set. Good luck! gotutftb 1/\ Name:
Student ID:
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é; 27f X(w)e”’”dw Z x[n]e_j“’” n=—oo Question 1: [30%] Multiple—choice / shortanswer questions 1. [Outcomes 4, 5, and 6: 5%] Brieﬂy explain the difference between AM—DSB and
AM—SSB. What is the advantage of AMSSB. 2. [Outcomes 4, 5, and 6: 5%] Brieﬂy explain the difference between synchronous and
asynchronous demodulations for AM signals. 3. [Outcomes 4, 5, and 6: 5%] The following signal is an AM—SSB system. Is the
system retaining the upper or the lower sideband. (Hint: This is the hardest sub—
question and you may want to skip this sub—question and come back to it later.) (If
you do not know the answer, explain how to derive the spectrum Y(w) from X (w)
given y(t) = 33(15) cos(wt), which will make you satisfy the ABET requirement for
this sub—question.) 4. [Outcomes 1, 4, 5, and 6: 5%] Suppose “radiowav” is a wav ﬁle containing two
radio stations. We would like to “tune” to the radio station centered at 5.5kHz by
the following MATLAB codes. duration=8; f_sample=44100;
t=(((O4)*f_sample+0.5):((duration4)*f_sampleO.5))/f_sample;
[radio, f_sample, N]=wavread(’radio’);
radio= radio’; w=1500*2*pi; wa=????; wb=????; wc=????;
hd=1/(pi*t).*(sin(wa*t)sin(wb*t));
he=1/(pi*t).*(sin(w*t));
y=ece301conv(radio, hd);
z=ece301conv(y.*cos(wc*t), he);
wavplay(z,f_sample); What is the meaning of wa? What value should wa be?
5. [Outcomes 4, 5, and 6: 5%} What are the values of wb and wc? 6. [Outcomes 1, 2, 4, 5, and 6: 5%] We found out that the sound volume of this
particular radio station is unexpectedly small. Is there anything wrong with the
code? (If your answer is yes, explain why / where is the error? If your answer is no,
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Short~answer / multiple—choice questions: 1, [Outcomes 4, 5, and 6: 5%] What are the two conditions of the sampling theo—
rem, and what are their physical meanings in terms of the corresponding frequency
spectrum? 2. [Outcomes 4, 5, and 6: 6%] m(t) = cos(77rt) is sampled at time instants t = g for
n = 0, i1, i2, . . .. We use 33,,(t) to denote the corresponding impulse train sampling.
What are the values of xix71;) and 33,,(02)? (a) 0, (b) 008(1), (0) cos(1)oo, (d)
cos(77T/5), (e) cos(77r/5)oo. 3. [Outcomes 4, 5, and 6: 5%] For perfect reconstruction, xp(t) will be passed through a low—pass ﬁlter. What is the cut—off frequency of the low—pass ﬁlter? (a) 3.57r, (b)
47r, (c) 57r. Workout questions 1. [Outcomes 4, 5, and 6: 5%] Let the original signal :r(t) = Ll(t+1/3) —L{(t—2/3) and
the sampling period be T5 = 0.5. What are the sampled values xs[n] constructed
from 53(15)? (Hint: We may have many zero values for different 2. [Outcomes 4, 5, and 6: 7%] Suppose we use the band—limited perfect reconstruction
to reconstruct 33(25) from (ms[n],Ts), which corresponds to low—pass ﬁlters in the
frequency domain or superposition of sinc functions in the time domain. Let xr(t)
denote the reconstructed signal. Find out 3341/3). (Hint: Use the superposition of
sinc functions.) 3. [Outcomes 4, 5, and 6: 4%] Is xr(1/3) = 513(1/3)? If so, explain why? If not, explain
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Suppose 33(t) is sampled with sampling period Ts, namely, :r(t) is converted into
(xs[n],Ts). One student tries to construct a “digital differentiator” by setting ys = 2;} (xs[n + 1] — xs[n — And then use (ys[n], T3) to reconstruct y(t). 1. [Outcomes 1, 2: 5%] What is the impulse response hs[n] of the discrete system
mslnl H yslnl? 2. [Outcomes 4, and 5: 5%] What is the corresponding frequency response H3011)? 3. [Outcomes 4, 5, and 6: 8%] What is the corresponding frequency response H (w) of
the end—to—end system :c(t) I—a y(t)? (Hint: You may want to start with plotting
Hs(w) and carefully mark the axis. Then plot Hp(w) of the system: asp(t) 1—) yp(t).
And in the end, ﬁnd H (w) by considering the LPF used in the reconstruction. The
intermediate steps will give you partial credits.) Question 4: [Workout Question 13%] 1. [Outcome 3: 6%] Let x1[n] = 6[n — 2] — 26]n +1] and x2[n] = Ll[n +1] — Ll]n — 1].
Find out x1[n] >I< $2 2. [Outcome 3: 7%] Let = Ll(t + 1) — Ll(t — 1) and 324(t) = 6(t —— 3) + 6(t + 3).
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. [Outcomes 1, 4, and 5: 4%] Are these two systems timeinvariant?
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