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Cascaded
Systems
I
Consider
a
system
that
is
itself
a
cascade
of
two
systems.
What
is
the
impulse
response
of
the
system.
That
is,
if
the
input
to
the
system
is
an
impulse,
what
is
the
output?
Do
not
use
the
associative
or
commutative
property
of
convolution.
F
G
δ
(t)
?
1.
g
(
t
)
∗
f
(
t
)
2.
f
(
t
)
∗
g
(
t
)
3.
Both
answers
are
correct
4.
Neither
answer
is
correct
5.
Don’t
know
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Systems
I
Consider
a
system
that
is
itself
a
cascade
of
two
systems.
What
is
the
impulse
response
of
the
system.
That
is,
if
the
input
to
the
system
is
an
impulse,
what
is
the
output?
Do
not
use
the
associative
or
commutative
property
of
convolution.
F
G
δ
(t)
?
The correct answer is:
1.
g
(
t
)
∗
f
(
t
)
2.
♥
f
(
t
)
∗
g
(
t
)
3.
Both
answers
are
correct
4.
Neither
answer
is
correct
5.
Don’t
know
Cascaded
Systems
II
Consider
a
system
that
is
itself
a
cascade
of
three
systems.
What
is
the
impulse
response
of
the
system.
That
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course AERO 16.01 taught by Professor Markdrela during the Fall '05 term at MIT.
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