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113_1_113_1_final_SP09_A - EE113 Digital Signal Processing...

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Unformatted text preview: EE113: Digital Signal Processing Prof. Mihaela van der Schaar Final Exam (Version A) Spring 2009 Name: Student ID: Please read the following instructions: (i) Fill in your name and student ID above. (ii) There are 5 problems on the exam. The points for each problem are specified next to the problem statement. (iii) Space is provided for you to solve each problem. If needed, extra space is available at the end of the exam booklet. (iv) You are allowed to use two sheets of notes (front and back). (v) No calculators and no electronic devices are allowed. (vi) Please do not remove pages from the exam booklet. (vii) Please keep your eyes on your own exam, and do not talk with your neighbors. (viii) Please clearly box your answers. (ix) Good luck! 1 1. (15 pts) The system T in Figure 1 is known to be time-invariant . When the inputs to the system are x 1 ( n ), x 2 ( n ), and x 3 ( n ), the responses of the system are y 1 ( n ), y 2 ( n ) and y 3 ( n ), respectively, as shown. (For each sequence, the samples that are not shown are all 0.)respectively, as shown....
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2011 for the course EE 113 taught by Professor Walker during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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