18-290 Signals And Systems
Lab 1 Quiz Solutions
Issued: In Lab
Name: Rohan Chabukswar
Spring 2012
Total Points: 20
Due: In Lab
Andrew ID: rchabuks
Note: There are 3 questions you have to answer.
1. In Matlab, let A = 2:2:9, B=ones(length(A),1). Is A a col
18-290 Signals And Systems Section A
Lab 5 Quiz
Issued: In Lab
Name: Rohan Chabukswar
Spring 2012
Total Points: 20
Due: In Lab
Andrew ID: rchabuks
Note: There are 4 questions you have to answer. For mathematical questions, you have to
show how you arrived
18-290
Signals and Systems
Profs. Aswin Sankaranarayanan and Richard Stern
Spring 2016
Homework 10
This homework is due in the course hub on Friday April 22st, 4pm.
There is no late submission however.
Reading: This homework covers material we have discus
18-290
Signals and Systems
Profs. Aswin Sankaranarayanan and Richard Stern
Spring 2016
Homework 9
This homework is due in coursehub on Thurs. March 31th, 4pm.
Reading: During the past week, we have been discussing systems described as differential
and dif
18-290 Signals And Systems
Homework 11
Issued: Friday, April 20, 2012
Spring 2012
Total Points: 100
Due: Thursday, April 26, 2012 (in class)
1. Derive the Laplace transform, the associated region of convergence and pole-zero plot for each of the
following
18-290 Signals And Systems
Homework 9
Issued: Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Spring 2012
Total Points: 100
Due: Thursday, April 12, 2012 (in class)
1. Consider an LTI system which satises the following dierence equation
6y[n] + 5y[n 1] + y[n 2] = x[n 1].
(a) (10p
18-290 Signals And Systems Section A
Lab 4 Quiz
Issued: In Lab
Name: Rohan Chabukswar
Spring 2012
Total Points: 20
Due: In Lab
Andrew ID: rchabuks
Note: There are 4 questions you have to answer. For mathematical questions, you have to
show how you arrived
18-290 Signals And Systems Section A
Lab 3 Quiz
Issued: In Lab
Name: Rohan Chabukswar
Spring 2012
Total Points: 20
Due: In Lab
Andrew ID: rchabuks
Note: There are 4 questions you have to answer. For mathematical questions, you have to
show how you arrived
Signals and Systems (18-290)
Prof. Bruno Sinopoli
Prof. Byron Yu
What is a signal?
A func'on of one or more independent variables
(e.g., 'me, space), represen'ng a variable
associated with some physical system.
Some examples
18-290
Signals and Systems
Prof. Bruno Sinopoli and Prof. Byron Yu
Midterm Exam 1
Name:
Problem Score Max
1
10
2
6
3
12
4
12
5
15
6
15
7
20
8
10
Total
100
Feb 21, 2012
2
Midterm Exam 1
1. Determine the total energy E and average power Pavg for the followi
18-290 Signals And Systems
Homework 5
Issued: Friday, February 17, 2012
Spring 2012
Total Points: 100
Due: Thursday, February 23, 2012 (in class)
1. Draw the following periodic signals with period T and determine their Fourier series representations:
2
18-290 Signals And Systems Section A
Lab 2 Quiz Solutions
Issued: In Lab
Name: Rohan Chabukswar
Spring 2012
Total Points: 20
Due: In Lab
Andrew ID: rchabuks
Note: There are 4 questions you have to answer. For mathematical questions, you have to
show how y
18-290 Signals and Systems
Examples of Proving and Disproving System Properties
Proving a system satises a given property requires a demonstration that the property is satised in
general, which means that one needs representations of arbitrary input signa