BME 343 Homework4 - The unit step response, g(t), for the...

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BME 343 Homework Set #4 Due Wednesday 9/28 by 9:59 am in GEA 105 No late work will be accepted! Problem1: The figure below shows an input x(t) and the impulse response h(t) of an LTIC system. By inspection of x(t) and h(t), find y(-1), y(0), y(1), y(2), y(3), y(4), y(5), and y(6), where y(t) represents the output of the function. Problem2: For x(t) and g(t) shown below, find and sketch the result. Problem3: An analog LTIC system with an impulse response function is presented with an input. a. Determine and sketch the system output. b. Is the system stable? Is the system causal? Justify your answers. Problem4: A data rate of 10 million pulses per second is to be transmitted over a communications channel.
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Unformatted text preview: The unit step response, g(t), for the channel is shown below. a. Can the channel transmit data at the required rate? Explain your answer. b. Can signals consisting of components with frequencies up to 150kHz be transmitted over this channel with reasonable fidelity? Problem5: Describe each of the signals below by a single expression valid for all. Problem6: Express the following signals, which are in the form, in the form: a. b. c. d. e. f. Problem7: When balancing a checkbook, the output, represents the total money spent from checks. The input, represents the amount of the n th check. Write a difference equation which relates to and realize the system using a time-delay element....
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