Inverse Z Transforms and Solving Difference Equations
EE 341 Discrete Time Linear Systems
Fall 2007
Howard Jay Chizeck University of Washington Seattle, Washington
Ref: Text 11.6 ; In-class Ch 11 notes pp. 17-22
Using Z Transforms To Solve Differe
More About Regions of Convergence
EE 341 Discrete Time Linear Systems
Fall 2007
Howard Jay Chizeck University of Washington Seattle, Washington
Finite Length Signals
ROC
h[n]= [n] h[n] =0 for n< 0 Whole z plane Whole z plane except z=0 Whole z plan
Discrete Time Systems and Digital Signal Processing
EE 341 Discrete Time Linear Systems
Fall 2007
Howard Jay Chizeck University of Washington Seattle, Washington
Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
DSP is the representation of a signal by a sequence o
Sampling
EE 341 Discrete Time Linear Systems
Fall 2007
Howard Jay Chizeck University of Washington Seattle, Washington
Ref: Text 5.4
Linear Time Invariant Systems
Sinusoid in yields a sinusoid out, at the same frequency, but with possibly differe
Exam 2 Review
EE 341 Discrete Time Linear Systems
Fall 2007
Howard Jay Chizeck University of Washington Seattle, Washington
X(T) X(2T) X(3T) X(0)
0
T
2T
Signal xs(t) consists of a train of continuous time impulses-take off the arrow heads to ge