ECE320 Solutions to Third Examination Spring 2006 Cornell University T.L.Fine
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ECE 320 Networks and Systems Exam 1 Tuesday, February 19, 2008 Closed Book. Closed Notes. No Calculator. 100 Points Total. No credit without explaining your work. 1. (33 pts.=11+11+11) A staircase quantizer Q is defined by two strictly increasing seq
ECE 320 Networks and Systems Spring 20072008 Problem Set 1 Due January 31, 2008 The section meetings will consider Problems 7, 8, and 9 in detail. 1. Please answer the following questions: (a) Have you already taken ECE 310 "Introduction to Probabili
ECE 320 Networks and Systems Spring 20072008 Problem Set 6 Not due. 1. You are concerned with communication networks for sensors. You describe the system as a graph where the vertices are the sensors and the edges are the communication links. The com
ECE320 Solutions Notes to HW 13 Cornell University
Spring 2006 T.L.Fine
1. Consider the phase locked loop (PLL) system displayed in Figure 11.17 of the class notes. The information-bearing phase modulated signal is the angle s (t) and the tracking
ECE320 Solution Notes 12 Cornell University
1. Themes of ECE320 include:
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1. functions as the mathematical model for signals and systems; 2. random signals and systems and their probability models; 3. states and state-determined
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ECE 320 Networks and Systems Spring 20072008 Problem Set 4 Due March 3, 2008 1. This problem considers source encoding for a source which generates 4 different symbols. (a) The 4 symbols and their probabilities are shown in the following table. si e
ECE320 Solutions to Makeup Second Examination Spring 2006 Cornell University T.L.Fine
1. Consider a source with five symbols [a,b,c,d,e] having corresponding probabilities of being chosen of p = [1, 1, 2, 4, 8]/16. Consider a prefix code for this set
ECE320 Makeup Second Examination Cornell University
Spring 2006 T.L.Fine
CLOSED BOOK, NO NOTES, CALCULATORS, OR SCRAP PAPER. TURN OFF CELLPHONES. ALLOTTED TIME IS 1 hour and 30 min. SHOW YOUR WORK, GIVE REASONS, NOT JUST ANSWERS. Place your three-d
ECE320 Solutions to First Examination Cornell University
Spring 2006 T.L.Fine
FAILURE TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS WILL RESULT IN A LOSS OF POINTS. CLOSED BOOK, NO NOTES, CALCULATORS, OR SCRAP PAPER. TURN OFF CELLPHONES. ALLOTTED TIME IS 1 hour and 30 mi
ECE320 First Examination Cornell University
Spring 2006 T.L.Fine
FAILURE TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS WILL RESULT IN A LOSS OF POINTS. CLOSED BOOK, NO NOTES, CALCULATORS, OR SCRAP PAPER. TURN OFF CELLPHONES. ALLOTTED TIME IS 1 hour and 30 min. SHOW YOUR
ECE320 Solution Notes 11 Cornell University
Spring 2006 T.L.Fine
1. Classify the following odes as to whether they are autonomous and what their orders and degrees are: (a) x + 2 x = 0, harmonic oscillator; (b) x - tx = 0, Airy ode; (c) t2 x + t
ECE 320 Networks and Systems Spring 20072008 Problem Set 1 Due January 31, 2008 The section meetings will consider Problems 7, 8, and 9 in detail. 1. Please answer the following questions: (a) Have you already taken ECE 310 Introduction to Probabilit
ECE 320 Networks and Systems Spring 20072008 Problem Set 7 Due March April 7, 2008 1. Let (x) denote a two dimensional signal where x = (x1 , x2 )T in rectangular coordinates. Let (k) denote the two dimensional Fourier transform of (x) where k = (k1
ECE 320 Networks and Systems Spring 20072008 Problem Set 5 Due March 10, 2008 1. Exercise 5.8 in Professor Fine's Spring 2008 notes except do it for the systems in Sections 5.3.1, 5.3.2, 5.3.3, 5.3.4 and 5.3.6. 2. Exercise 5.10 in Professor Fine's Sp
ECE320 Solution Notes 11 Cornell University
Spring 2006 T.L.Fine
1. Classify the following odes as to whether they are autonomous and what their orders and degrees are: (a) x + 2 x = 0, harmonic oscillator; (b) x - tx = 0, Airy ode; (c) t2 x + t
ECE320 Solution Notes 10 Cornell University
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1. (a) Using graphical means for a = 1 + 8, and considering the thrice iterated logistic logistic(logistic(logistic(x), determine approximately the fixed points of period 3 of the lo
ECE320 Homework 10 Cornell University
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Please hand in this assignment at the end of lecture on Tuesday, 18 April. Use only your assigned three-digit code and not your name. Throughout, give reasons for your answers. 1. (a) Usin
ECE320 Homework 9 Cornell University
Spring 2006 T.L.Fine
Please hand in this assignment at the end of lecture on Tuesday, 11 April. Use only your assigned three-digit code and not your name. Throughout, give reasons for your answers. 1. Recall the
ECE320 Homework 8 Cornell University
Spring 2006 T.L.Fine
Please hand in this assignment at the end of lecture on Tuesday, 4 April. Use only your assigned three-digit code and not your name. Throughout, give reasons for your answers. 1. In a Markov
ECE320 Homework 7 Cornell University
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Please hand in this assignment at Professor Fine's office, RH388, by 5pm on Monday, 27 March, so that I can post solutions that evening. Use only your assigned three-digit code and not your
ECE320 Homework 6 Cornell University
Spring 2006 T.L.Fine
Please hand in this assignment at the end of lecture on Tuesday, 14 March. Use only your assigned three-digit code and not your name. Throughout, give reasons for your answers. 1. Consider t
ECE320 Homework 5 Cornell University
Spring 2006 T.L.Fine
Please hand in this assignment at the end of lecture on Tuesday, 7 March. Use only your assigned three-digit code and not your name. Throughout, give reasons for your answers. 1. For each of