ece3337_hw5_solutions_spring_2003

ece3337_hw5_solutions_spring_2003 - (c Repeat problem(a but...

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ECE 3337 HW 5 _______________________ ______________ Due April 29 Tuesday 10am 2003 Name (Last, First) Student No Use this sheet as cover sheet 1. Consider a square wave of amplitude 1 from t = -1 sec to t = 1 sec. (a) Find the Fourier sine-cosine series, when the square wave repeats with a periodicity of 4 sec (the period from –2 sec to 2 sec). Plot the coefficients from n=0 to n=5. (b) Repeat the problem, but shorten the square pulse to half the duration (i.e. from - 0.5 sec to 0.5 sec) and increase the amplitude to twice as large.
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Unformatted text preview: (c) Repeat problem (a), but change the periodicity to 8 sec (the period from –4 sec to 2sec). (d) Repeat problem (a), but change to a Fourier exponential series. 2. Text 3-10 3. Find the Fourier transform for the square pulse in 1(a). Plot the spectrum (the magnitude). What is the relationship of the spectrum in 1(d) to the current spectrum. Use ECE 3456 Drop Box in Lab (S383-D) to Turn in ECE 3337 Homeworks...
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