EEE 304
HW 3
SOLUTIONS
Problem 1:
Do Problems 7.30, 7.31, 7.41 from the textbook.
7.30
The impulse response is the inverse Laplace of the transfer function:
1
1
x (s) =
s +1
s +1
t
yc (t ) = e u (t )
yc ( s ) =
y ( n) = e nT u ( nT ) = n u ( n), = e T
z
EEE 304
Homework 2
SOLUTIONS
Problem 1:
Consider the following systems:
1. Transfer function H ( s ) =
s 1
(Continuous time, causal)
( s + 2)( s + 1)
2. Transfer function H ( z ) =
0.04113 z 2 - 0.004329 z - 0.04545
(Discrete time, causal)
z 2 - 1.723 z +
EEE 304 Lab 1
Basic Speech Processing using LabVIEW
1. Introduction
This lab introduces some fundamental concepts in National Instruments LabVIEW,
through a simple programming example. LabVIEW stands for Laboratory Virtual Instrument
Engineering Workbench
EEE 304 Lab #1
Task #1
Using the tf command, design an analog low-pass filter with cutoff frequency 8kHz. You may choose any order of
the transfer function you like.
a)
Provide the transfer function.
Choosing C=5nf, and step of the filter will be 1, then
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Note 3
Chapter 3 & 4:
Fourier Series Representation of Periodic Signals
The Continuous-time Fourier Transform
Fourier Series Representation of CT Periodic Signals
x(t) is periodic signal with fundamental period
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Note 5
Chapter 3&5: Discrete-Time Fourier Series &
Transform
Outline
Representation of Aperiodic Signals:
the Discrete-Time Fourier Transform
Properties of Discrete-Time Fourier Transform
The Convolution Propert
EEE 304 Lab 3
Sampling, Aliasing and Equalization using LabVIEW
Introduction
This lab introduces some fundamental concepts in sampling theory and reconstruction
through intuitive examples. This lab exercise three major sections
Study of aliasing effects w
EEE 304 Lab 4
Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation
1
Introduction
This lab introduces one of the basic modulation schemes known as the Amplitude
Modulation (AM), through a simple and intuitive example in LabVIEW. AM is a
technique used in electronic comm
Name: Anthony Christie
Class: Lab#: EEE 304: Lab#4
Submission Date: 03-06-2012
Assignment 1
Figure 1A: Block Diagram
*Note: Due to the difficulty of adjusting the taps to recover the modulated signal it was decided that a 50 TH order Butterworth filter
wo
EEE 304 Lab 2
Filter Design and Analysis using LabVIEW
Introduction
This lab introduces some fundamental concepts in filter design and analysis using
National Instruments LabVIEW, through a simple programming example. This exercise
extensively uses LabVIE
Name: Class and Lab No.: EEE 304 Lab 1 Submission Date: 9-30-08 1. Write a paragraph explaining what have you learnt from this exercise. The purpose of the exercise was to become familiar with the LabView environment by creating a VI file and front panel
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Array To Cluster
Signal Length
Y
path
Frame Count
Display Message
to User
Input Speech
Frame Size
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Signal Length
Y
path
Sound File Read Simple.vi
Frame Count
Display Message
to Use
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Plot 0
Modulated Sig
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Message
Frequency
50.00
Message
Amplitude
S pectrum of
Modulated Signal
Plot 0
Modulated Si
EEE 304 Homework 1
Problem 1:
Consider the system with impulse response h(t) = e3t u(t 1).
1. Find the transfer function. (5 pt)
2. Find the Laplace transform of the output when x(t) = sin(t)u(t). (5 pt)
3. Find the output by taking the inverse Laplace tr
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Note 4:
The Laplace Transform (Chapter 9)
The Laplace Transform
The Laplace transform of a general signal x(t):
The Laplace Transform
Laplace Transform & Fourier Transform:
The Laplace Transform
Example 9.1:
Assignment 1
1. (Phase Margin and Design Parameters for Stability) Consider a system, as shown in
Figure 2, with following configuration.
Plant:
Controller: .
controller by
Design a
selection
appropriate values of T and
K such that
a. Target phase margin
EEE 304 Lab 5
Feedback Control using LabVIEW
Introduction
This lab introduces some fundamental concepts in feedback control and linear
Phase Locked Loops (PLL) with exercises in two major sections
Design of a feedback system
Design of a simple PLL
A basic
EEE 304 Lab 4
Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation
1
Introduction
This lab introduces one of the basic modulation schemes known as the Amplitude
Modulation (AM), through a simple and intuitive example in LabVIEW. AM is a
technique used in electronic comm
EEE 304 Lab 3
Sampling, Aliasing and Equalization using LabVIEW
Introduction
This lab introduces some fundamental concepts in sampling theory and reconstruction
through intuitive examples. This lab exercise has three major sections:
Study of aliasing effe
EEE 304 Lab 2
Filter Design and Analysis using LabVIEW
Introduction
This lab introduces some fundamental concepts in filter design and analysis using
National Instruments LabVIEW, through a programming example. This exercise extensively
uses LabVIEW funct
EEE 304 Lab 1
Basic Speech Processing using LabVIEW
1. Introduction
This lab introduces some fundamental concepts in National Instruments LabVIEW,
through a simple programming example. LabVIEW stands for Laboratory Virtual Instrument
Engineering Workbench
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EEE 304: Signals and Systems II
Note 7: Chapter 6
Time & Frequency Characterization
of Signals and Systems
Outline
Filtering (p. 231)
The Magnitude-Phase Representation
of the Fourier Transform (p. 423)
The Magnitude-Phase Representation
of
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Note 1
Chapter 1: Signals and Systems
Adapted from the lecture notes of Prof. Feng-li Lian at EE@National Taiwan University
Outline
Introduction
Continuous-Time & Discrete-Time Signals
Transformations of the I
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Note 2
Chapter 2: Linear Time-Invariant Systems
Feng-Li Lian 2011
Outline
Discrete-Time Linear Time-Invariant Systems
The convolution sum
Continuous-Time Linear Time-Invariant Systems
The convolution integra
Chapter 11 Answers
mamwlmx‘tu'ﬁ .
The system shown in Figure P1l.1 may be looked at as a parallel interconnection of the
11.3(b). me Section 10.8.1 we know that the feedback system has a closed—loop system
function 62(2) given by
uunemsa. . .
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I 8.22. Sketches for (i) the Fourier transforms for each of the intermediate outputs and (ii) the
Fourier transform Y(jw) of y(t) are shown in Figure 38.22.
stale) _ _ l {15* modJLdad-w m)-+ [Badlulsg
Figure $8.22
8.23.' (a) We have _
w(t) = :r(t) cos (