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Class Test 1 - Version B

# Class Test 1 - Version B - 1 ECSE-304 Signals and Systems 2...

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ECSE-304A: Class Test #1 (Version B) 1 ECSE-304 Signals and Systems 2 McGill University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Class Test #1 (Version B) Thursday 8 October 2009 11:35 – 12:55 Instructions: 1. Please indicate clearly which version of the test you are writing on the exam booklet. 2. Answer all questions in the exam booklet(s). 3. This exam is CLOSED book. You are allowed one single-sided and hand-written crib sheet 8.5” × 11”. 4. Read through all questions before beginning. Attempt all three (3) questions. 5. There are a total of 75 marks. 70 marks constitute a perfect score. 6. You can complete the questions in any order, but clearly indicate which part of a question you are answering. Start each question on a new page. 7. This exam comprises 4 pages. 8. Good luck!

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ECSE-304A: Class Test #1 (Version B) 2 Part A: Fundamentals and Short Answer (25 marks, 25 minutes) A.1. Determine the average power of the signal ( ) + = n n x n 3 sin 1 ] [ 2 π . [7 marks] A.2 Answer the following questions. (a) Compare the similarities and differences between the continuous-time and discrete- time Fourier series. [3 marks] (b) True or False (justify your answer using at most 1 sentence). The FT of a DT signal
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