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EECS2602 Assignment 8 solutions
(a) H ( ) =
CR
(CR )2 + 1
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2
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1
(1)
2
c =
1
CR
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H ( ) =
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Assignment 5 solutions
4.6 (a) By inspection, we note that the time period T0 = 2, which implies that the fundamental frequency 0
= 1.
Since the Fourier series coefficient a0 represents the average value of the signal, therefore, a0 = 3/2.
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Assignment 4 Solutions
f
2u t C
where C is a constant that can be evaluated from initial conditions, since the initial condition is 0, C = 0
3.3 (ii)
dy
6 y t xt
dt
For input xt G t , the resulting output y t
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Midterm Solutions
Q1(a). Given the CT signal = 2 + cos
+ sin ( ) , determine if the signal is periodic. If yes,
calculate the fundamental period for the signal.
[5 marks]
Solution:
= = ,
=
=
=
=
Since the
,
,
is not a rational number, the signal is not
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