EE 448 Midterm Exam
March 9, 2015
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(1a.) Definitions for xn sequence: DTFT  Xe xne
j n
jn
IDTFT  xn
1 2
Xe j e jn d

(1b.) The DTFT is uniformly convergent if xn is absolutely summable, i.e., xn . Meansquare convergent if xn is not absolutely summable (has fini
EE 448 Midterm Exam
March 6, 2007 Name: ID (last 4 digits): Score:
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Problem 1(c): Answer is ii). Causality implies that the ROC extends from the outermost pole. Stability implies that the ROC should also include the unit circle. Therefore, the outermost pole should be inside the unit circle. Hence, all poles should b
EE 448 Midterm Exam
March 7, 2016
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120 minutes to complete the exam. Write your name and ID number on all pages of
Section 4
Frequency Response
for
DiscreteTime Systems
3/3/15
1
Analogy between Continuous and Discrete Systems
The concepts of frequency response and signal spectrum play an
important role in the analysis & design of continuous (analog) systems
These c
Section 2
Continuous Linear Systems
2/3/15
1
Definitions
A system S is any transformation which maps inputs signals (functions of time)
to output signals
input
x(t)
System
S
output
y(t)
A linear system S is a system in which the transformation preserves
s
Problem 1
Problem 2
Problem 3
Problem 4
Problem 5
Problem 6
Problem 7
Problem 8
Problem 9
Note: Part B can be further simplified to numerator = [32, 144, 640] and denominator =
[ 3, 28, 64, 256]
Problem 10
Problem 1
Note: the numerator of all Z transform should be 2+0.2z^(1).
Problem 2
Note: z=0 is not a pole and should not be excluded from ROC R1. The right answer for
ROC R1 is : z<0.3.
Problem 3
Note: For the 2sided sequence in Part (a), the minus sig
Homework # 3
Instructions:
You may solve the problems according to the following schedule:
1. After Lecture #6: Problems 1 4
2. After Lecture #7: Problems 5 7
1. Determine the ztransform and ROC of the following four sequences:
(a) x1 [n] = (0.4)n [n] +
Homework # 4
Instructions:
You may solve the problems according to the following schedule:
1. After Lecture #8: Problems 1 4
2. After Lecture #9: Problems 5 6
3. After Lecture #10: Problems 7 10
1. Determine all possible causal stable transfer functions
Problem 1
Problem 2
Problem 3
Problem 4
Problem 5
a) From the given parameters,
s p 0.59 0.47 0.12
min( p , s ) min(0.001, 0.007) 0.001 20log10 ( ) 60db
From Table 10.2, only the Blackman window can meet the requirement on
minimum attenuation.
5.56 5.56
Homework # 5
Instructions:
You may solve the problems according to the following schedule:
1. After Lecture #11: Problems 1 5
1. Design a secondorder highpass filter HHP (z) with a 3dB cutoff frequency at
c = 0.47 by transforming the following lowpas
Chapter 8
The Web, DHCP,
NTP and NAT
TCP/IP Essentials
A LabBased Approach
Fall 2015
World Wide Web (WWW)
The first WWW browser was written by Sir Tim BernersLee in
1990.
The popularity of WWW resulted in the exponential growth for the
Internet.
In W
Section 3
SampledData Systems
2/10/15
1
Sampleddata or discretetime
We will now consider sampled versions of the systems studied in Section 2
In applications, the independent variable will almost always be time, so these
systems will be referred to a
3/10/15
EE548 Homework Assignments
TEXT: S.K.MITRA, DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSINGA COMPUTER BASED APPROACH,
4TH EDN, MCGRAWHILL,2011
Notes: i = 1
Problem # 7 is replaced by Problem 3.9,pg 134 in the text
1/20/15
Problem #1
Describe and plot each of the fol
EE 548
Digital Signal Processing
Dr. John J. SantaPietro
[email protected]
01/20/2015
1
Course Outline
(check CANVAS for a detailed syllabus & weekly homework assignments)
TEXT: S.K.MITRA, DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
A COMPUTER BASED APPROACH, 4TH EDN,
EE 448 Midterm Exam
March 14, 2005 Name: ID (last 4 digits): Score:
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EE 448 Midterm Exam
March 8, 2004 Name: ID (last 4 digits): Score:
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EE 448 Final Exam
May 9, 2005 Name:
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EE 448 Final Exam
May 3, 2004
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