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Course Recap - Course Re-Cap 26/2009 R Chen 11/2 L Class 23...

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Unformatted text preview: Course Re-Cap 26/2009 R Chen 11/2 L Class 23 Class 23 1 Final exam format There are 4 questions, each of equal value, similar in style to those on the class tests-107 marks are available, 100 marks constitute a perfect score- 1 question addresses fundamental aspects and involves T/F and short answer questions- 3 questions involve design, computation, or analysis Emphasis will be on material from the following modules- Module 4: Sampling systems- Module 5: Communication systems 26/2009- Module 6: Single-loop feedback systems- Module 7: State models but dont completely neglect material from Modules 1 - 3!!! R Chen 11/2 Print the tables posted on MyCourses (if you have not already done so). These tables will NOT be provided at the exam! ou re llowed ree 1 ingle ided rib heets L Class 23 Class 23 2 You are allowed three 8.5 x 11 single-sided crib sheets (handwritten) Re-cap Module 1: DTFS and DTFT Concepts Know the definition of a DT periodic signal Know the definition and properties of DTFS Know the definition and properties of DTFT 26/2009 R Chen 11/2 L Class 23 Class 23 3 Re-cap Module 2: Z-transform Concepts...
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This note was uploaded on 07/09/2011 for the course ECSE 304 taught by Professor Chenandbacsy during the Spring '11 term at McGill.

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Course Recap - Course Re-Cap 26/2009 R Chen 11/2 L Class 23...

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