The Cooper Union
Department of Electrical Engineering
ECE111 Signal Processing & Systems Analysis
Problem Set VI: Random Signals
April 25, 2010
1. Let x (n) be a discrete-time complex WSS process with correlation rx (m). Let R
denote the correlation matri
The Cooper Union
Department of Electrical Engineering
ECE111 Signal Processing & Systems Analysis
Problem Set V: System Models
April 25, 2010
1. In this problem, you can use MATLAB to assist you with calculations; do not used
advanced features like ss2tf
The Cooper Union
Department of Electrical Engineering
ECE111 Signal Processing & Systems Analysis
Problem Set V: System Models
April 25, 2010
1. In this problem, you can use MATLAB to assist you with calculations; do not used
advanced features like ss2tf
The Cooper Union
Department of Electrical Engineering
ECE111 Signal Processing & Systems Analysis
Problem Set IV: Time, Frequency and Transform Domains Part II
April 25, 2010
1. Use partial fractions to nd the (causal) inverse Laplace transform of the fol
The Cooper Union
Department of Electrical Engineering
ECE111 Signal Processing & Systems Analysis
Problem Set IV: Time, Frequency and Transform Domains Part II
April 25, 2010
1. Use partial fractions to nd the (causal) inverse Laplace transform of the fol
The Cooper Union Department of Electrical Engineering ECE111 Signal Processing & Systems Analysis Problem Set III: TIme, Frequency & Transform Domains- Part I Solution Key Spring 2010 1. An FIR .lter has impulse response given by: h = f2; 6; 7; 3g where t
The Cooper Union Department of Electrical Engineering ECE111 Signal Processing & Systems Analysis Problem Set II: Basic Systems Analysis Solution Key Spring 2010 1. A 5M Hz (real) sinewave is input to a 20M Hz A/D converter. (a) List all frequencies up to
The Cooper Union
Department of Electrical Engineering
ECE111 Signal Processing & Systems Analysis
Problem Set I: Signals & Spectra
SOLUTION KEY: Correction to Solution to Problem 8
Spring 2010
Tricks with Chirps
1. A chirp signal is one with a phase that
The Cooper Union Department of Electrical Engineering ECE111 Signal Processing & Systems Analysis Problem Set I: Signals & Spectra SOLUTION KEY Spring 2010 1. Figure 1 shows a sawtooth waveform with period T and peak amplitude A. Compute its RMS value. Do