University of Texas at Austin
Biomedical Engineering Department
BME 343, BME Signal and Systems Analysis Exam 2
November 2, 2010
Directions
There are 8 problems worth a total of 62 points. The number of points for each question is
indicated. Make sure that you show all work since partial credit will be given. This exam is closed book,
closed notes, and
no calculators are allowed
. You may not communicate in any way with anyone other
than exam proctors during the exam time. Don’t forget to put your name down on the Frst page and
any additional pages that you use.
Name:
Points possible
Score
Problem 1
6
Problem 2
6
Problem 3
10
Problem 4
8
Problem 5
8
Problem 6
8
Problem 7
8
Problem 8
8
Total
62
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View Full Document1. (6 points) Consider the two impulse response functions,
h
1
(
t
) and
h
2
(
t
), shown in the plot on the left
below. The plot on the right shows the corresponding

H
1
(
jω
)

and

H
2
(
)

for these two functions.
Label the two curves in the right plot as either

H
1
(
)

or

H
2
(
)

and provide a brief explanation for
your answer (calculations are not necessary).
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 Spring '09
 Emelianov
 Biomedical Engineering, Signal Processing, Impulse response, oxygen levels

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