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Unformatted text preview: ECE 313 Fall 2010 Homework 2 – Due Thursday, September 23 (All problems are from Chapter 2 of the textbook. Copies of the problems are attached.) 1. Problem 34, p. 70, parts a, d, e, j, p. 2. Problem 36, p. 70. (Note: For parts b, c, d, e you can generate the plots using MATLAB, if you want.) 3. Problem 52, p. 74, parts a, b, c, e. (Note: the functions tri(t) and sinc(t) are defined on p. 30 (Section 2.3) of the textbook.) 4. Problem 56, p. 75, parts b, f, i. 5. Problem 59, p. 76, parts b, c, e. 6. Problem 60, p. 76, parts a, b, f, j. (Note: If the signal’s energy is infinite, then find the signal’s average power. ) 7. Problem 62, p. 76. ...
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