ece 313 hw 11 - 1 ECE 313 Fall 2010 Homework 11...

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Unformatted text preview: 1. ECE 313 Fall 2010 Homework 11 – Due on Thursday, Dec. 2 (All problems are from the book  copies of the problems are attached.) Chapter 12, Problem 25, p. 498. (Hint: Remember the Fourier Transform for a periodic signal, and use MATLAB to generate the plots.) Chapter 11, Problem 15, parts a, c, p. 429. Chapter 11, Problem 17, parts a, b, p. 429. 4. Chapter 11, Problem 18, p. 429. 5. Chapter 11, Problem 19, p. 429. 6. 2. 3. Chapter 13, Problem 11, p. 532. (Notes: For each system, just graph the 1 magnitude response (using MATLAB). The “ ” bocks stand for 1 ­sample delays z (what we have been denoting by “D”).) 7. Chapter 11, Problem 28, p. 431. (Hint: Use the formula that relates the Fourier Transforms of CT signals and their € sampled versions.) Problems from Textbook ...
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