EE253_F11_HW7

EE253_F11_HW7 - EE253, Fall 2011 Prof. Essam Marouf DSP I...

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EE253, Fall 201 1 Prof. Essam Marouf DSP I --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Homework # 7 To be Completed by Monday November 2 8 , 201 1 -------------------------------------------------------------- Problems from O&S Ch. 7 -------------------------------- 1- 7.5 (Eds. 2 & 3 ) 2- 7.6 (Eds. 2 & 3 ) 3- a) 7.15 (Eds. 2 & 3 ) b) 7.16 (Eds. 2 & 3 ) 4- 7.33 (Eds. 2 & 3 ) 5- a) Prove that the impulse response of an ideal differentiator is given by the result on p. 5, Lecture 16. b) 7.38 (Eds. 2 & 3 ) 6- a) 7.8 (Eds. 2 & 3 ) b) 7.36 (Ed. 3; attached) Matlab Problems (attached) Read I &P, Ch. 7, pp. 231-272 & pp. 286-302 ------------------------------------------------------- 1- a) 7.10 b) 7.31. In part 3, compare with 7.10 only 2- a) 7.13 b) 7.21
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EEzsg Ho*r^*R *,^ # 6b) o gs 7.36 ( H-z\ 7.36. The graphs in Figure P7.36depict four frequency-response magnitude plots of linear-phase FIR filters, labelled lA'"kir1i, i : 1,2,3,4. One or more of these plots may belong to equiripple linear-phase"ilR filters designed by the Parks-McClellan algorithm' The maxi -u- uipro*imation errors in the passband and the stopband, as well as the desired cutoff t "qu"o.ies of those bands, are alsl shown in the plots' Please note that the approximation error and filter length specifications may have been chosen differently to ensure that the
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