EE483 Intro to Digital Signal Processing
Instructor: Richard Leahy, Fall 2015
Homework #1, Due Friday, September 4th.
To be considered on-time, all homeworks must be received by 5.00pm on the dute date. Please
leave homeworks in the EE483 dropbox on the 3
EE 483 Digital Signal Processing
Homework 1 Solutions
Term : Fall 2015
Prof. : Richard Leahy
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EE483 Digital Signal Processing
September 2, 2015
1. From class we know that
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EE483 Intro to Digital Signal Processing
Instructor: Richard Leahy, Fall 2015
Homework #2, Due Monday, September 14th.
To be considered on-time, all homeworks must be received by 5.00pm on the dute date.
[1] The Fibonacci sequence f(n), consists of values
EE483 Intro to Digital Signal Processing
Instructor: Richard Leahy, Fall 2014
Homework #4, Due Friday Oct 3rd
To be considered on-time, all homeworks must be received by 5.00pm on the dute date. Late
homeworks will not be graded.
[1] (20 points) Determine
EE 483 Digital Signal Processing
Homework 2 Solutions
Term : Fall 2015
Prof. : Richard Leahy
Andrew
EE483 Digital Signal Processing
October 7, 2015
1. The recursive expression of Fibonacci series is:
y(n) = y(n 1) + y(n 2) + x(n), n 0
with initial conditi
EE 483 Digital Signal Processing
Homework 6 Solutions
Term : Fall 2015
Prof. : Richard Leahy
Andrew
EE483 Digital Signal Processing
November 4, 2015
1. (a) fmax fs cfw_2 40kHzcfw_2 20kHz
2
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EE483: Digital Signal Processing
Instructor: Professor Leahy
SAMPLE MIDTERM, FALL 2006
Time Allowed: 80 Minutes
Please answer all questions. For partial credit you must show how you reach your solutions.
Make sure that any sketches you draw are labelled a
EE483 Intro to Digital Signal Processing
Instructor: Richard Leahy, Fall 2010
Homework #2, Due Friday, September 17th.
To be considered on-time, all homeworks must be received by 5.00pm on the dute date.
[1] The Fibonacci sequence f(n), consists of values
EE483 Intro to Digital Signal Processing
Instructor: Richard Leahy, Fall 2010
Homework #8, Due Monday November 22nd
To be considered on-time, all homeworks must be received by 5.00pm on the dute date.
[1] (10 points)Mitra 7.13
[2](10 points) Mitra 7.7
[3]
EE483 Intro to Digital Signal Processing
Instructor: Richard Leahy, Fall 2010
Homework #4, Due Monday Oct 4th
To be considered on-time, all homeworks must be received by 5.00pm on the dute date. Late
homeworks will not be graded.
[1] (20 points) Determine
EE483 Intro to Digital Signal Processing
Instructor: Richard Leahy, Fall 2015
Homework #5, Due Friday October 30th
To be considered on-time, all homeworks must be received by 5.00pm on the dute date. ALl problems 10 points except where stated.
[1] An anal
EE483 Intro to Digital Signal Processing
Instructor: Richard Leahy, Fall 2014
Homework #1, Due Monday, September 8th.
To be considered on-time, all homeworks must be received by 5.00pm on the dute date. Please
leave homeworks in the EE483 dropbox on the 3
EE483 Intro to Digital Signal Processing
Instructor: Richard Leahy, Fall 2010
Homework #6, Due Thursday October 28th
To be considered on-time, all homeworks must be received by 5.00pm on the dute date.
[1] (10 points) The window w(n) is generated by convo
EE 483 Digital Signal Processing
Homework 5 Solutions
Term : Fall 2015
Prof. : Richard Leahy
Andrew
EE483 Digital Signal Processing
October 17, 2015
1. The following derivation is true for any integer L 1 where we zero-pad the length N signal to
length LN
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Outline (lecture #2)
A (very) brief review of continuous
time signals and LTI sytems
Examples of discrete time signals
Discrete time systems
Building blocks
Examples
How do we characterize these systems?
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Continuous time revi
Outline (lecture #4)
Finite Dimensional LTI Systems
Finite order linear difference equations
FIR systems and their impulse response
IIR systems and their impulse response
Multiple solutions for IIR forms of LDEs
Importance of initial conditions
Inv