Milwaukee School of Engineering
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department
EE-3220 Final Exam Dr. Durant
Monday 22 February 2010
May use calculator, one-sided note sheet, provided note sheet, and nothing else.
Good luck!
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Weeks 9 & 10
Real-time DSP Using the TMS320C6713 DSK System
Goal Design, verification, and implementation of DSP filtering that runs in real time
Background To perform real-time DSP, well use a co
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EE-3220-21- Dr. Durant - Quiz 4
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1Given the difference equation y(n) =0.5 y(n-l) + 0.5 x(n)
1.
(2 points) Take the DTFT of both sides of t
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Week 7
Notch Filters and Interference Removal
Goal Design a multistage digital filter to remove interfering tones from a signal.
Materials - Laptop computer w
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EE322021- Dr. Durant - Quiz 2
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(3 points) Indicate whether each of the following systems is linear, time-invariant, and causal.
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EE-322021- Dr. Durant - Quiz 5
Winter 2013-'14, Week 6
Given the difference equation yIn) = .cfw_l.S YIn-I) + 0.5 x(n)
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(l point) Take the z-transform of both sides of the equation. Remember, Z1 represents a sample
delay.
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EE322021 - Dr. Durant - Quiz 7
Winter 2013-'14, Week 9
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angle phase Sh;~ In a 4-po;nt DFT;f,ve your:;wer;n rectan g ular
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EE-3220-21 - Dr. Durant - Quiz 1
Winter 2013-'14, Week 1
1.
cfw_2 points Define "quantized."
2.
(4 points) Draw the basic DSP system block diagram including anti-alias and reconstruction
filters, an ADC, and a DAC.
3.
(2 points) What is the purpose of an
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EE322041 - Dr. Durant - Quiz 6
Winter 2013'14, Week 8
1.
(3 points) A voice signal sampled at 8 kHz is intermittently jammed with a loud, 1 kHz tone.
Begin the design an lIR notch filter to suppress this tone. What are the radii
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EE-3220-21 - Dr. Durant - Quiz3
Winter 2013-'14, Week 3
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1.
(4 points) Calculate the first 4 samples of the unit
response of yin) - 0.25 y(n-!) = x(n)
2x(n-l) + 4x(n-2). Recall that the step response is y(n) when x(n) = u(n).
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Week 5
Filter Design and Filter Response
Goal Explain the difference in system requirements between and IIR and FIR filters given identical
design specifications. Illustrate the steady state respo
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Week 4
2-D Convolution and Image Processing
Goal Investigate the ability to process and enhance images by treating the image as a function of two
independent variables and convolving with a 2-dime
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Week 3
Difference Equations, Impulse Response Functions, and Discrete Time Filters
Goal Investigate discrete filtering in MATLAB using difference equations. Additionally, use the Discrete
Time Fou
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Week 8
DFT Windowing
Goal Compare windows for DFT spectral analysis
Materials - Laptop computer with MATLAB
Overview:
The DFT assumes that a description of exactly one period is input. If, say, 1.
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Week 6
Poles and Zeros Impact on the Transfer Function and Transient Response
Goal Investigate the impact of pole and zero locations on the system transfer function and the
transient (impulse & st