ECE130A
November 28, 2013
Final Outline
Write your name and perm number clearly on each answer sheet. Make sure to justify all your answers
and to show your reasoning clearly. Answers without justication will get no marks.
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Name:
ECE 130A: Signal Analysis and Processing
Fall 2010
Saturday, 11 December 2010
Solutions
to Final
Prof. Michael Liebling
Electrical & Computer Engineering Dept.
Exam University of California, Santa Barbara
Instructions: Write your firstname, lastname
Fall 2012
UCSB
ECE 130A: Problem Set 1
Assigned: Monday, October 1
Due: Thursday, October 11
Reading: Chapter 1 (selective reading of 1.11.4); Lecture Notes (Complex Numbers, Signals)
Review of basics: If you need to brush up on basics such as complex nu
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Name:
ECE 130A: Signal Analysis and Processing
Fall 2010
Monday, 25 October 2010
3:30am4:45pm
Prof. Michael Liebling
TAs: Jingning Han, Hari Sivakumar
Electrical & Computer Engineering Dept.
University of California, Santa Barbara
Midterm Exam
Instruction
Name:
ECE 130A: Signal Analysis and Processing
Fall 2010
Saturday, 11 December 2010
Prof. Michael Liebling
Electrical & Computer Engineering Dept.
University of California, Santa Barbara
Final Exam
Instructions: Write your firstname, lastname, and perm nu
Fall 2014
UCSB
ECE 130A: Problem Set 4
Assigned: Wednesday, November 5
Due: Friday, November 14 (by 5 pm in course homework box)
Reading: Lectures notes (Fourier transforms, note on Fourier series for realvalued signals);
Chapter 4 (4.1 and 4.3)
Problem
Fall 2014
UCSB
ECE 130A: Problem Set 6
Assigned: Thursday, November 20
Due: Tuesday, November 25 (by 5 pm in course homework box).
Reading: Chapter 9 (9.19.3); review partial fractions
A short homework to be turned in before you leave for Thanksgiving, t
Fall 2014
UCSB
ECE 130A: Problem Set 1
Assigned: Monday, October 6
Due: Friday, October 17 (end of the second week of classes)
(While there is no homework due the first week of class, there will be weekly homeworks after
that, due on Friday.)
Reading: Cha
Fall 2012
UCSB
ECE 130A: Problem Set 2
Assigned: Monday, October 8
Due: Thursday, October 18
Reading: Chapter 2 (selective reading of 2.2 and 2.3); Lecture Notes (LTI Systems)
Problem 1: When the input to an LTI system is the pulse p(t) = 2I[1,1] (t), the
UCSB
Fall 2012
ECE 130A: Problem Set 3
Assigned: Wednesday, October 17
Due: Thursday, October 25
Reading: Chapter 3 (3.3 and 3.5); Lecture Notes (Fourier Series)
Optional additional reading: 3.4 (for people interested in theoretical issues)
Midterm remind
ECE 130A: Formulas for Final Examination
INSTRUCTIONS: The exam is closed book, Fourier Series of Impulse Train: For x(t) =
P
1
closed notes, except for four sides of handk= (t kT0 ), we have xk = T0 for all k.
written notes and this sheet of formulas.
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ECE130A
Oct. 18, 2013
Home work 4
Due date: October 25, 2013, by 5p.m. at the home work boxes.
Reading assignment: Finish reading chapter 2 of the text book.
The basic goal of this home work is to get you comfortable with LTI systems and the convolution i
ECE130A
Nov. 5, 2013
Home work 6
Due date: November 15, 2013, by 5p.m. at the home work boxes.
Reading assignment: Finish reading chapters 1 and 2 of the text book. Start reading chapter 9 of the
text book.
The basic goal of this home work is to get you c
The Laplace transform
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November 18, 2013
The Laplace transform provides an alternative view for many problems involving unknown functions.
Let z (t) denote a signal. If we think of z (t) as the impulse response of a linear timeinvarian
ECE130A
Nov. 21, 2013
Home work 8
Due date: December 2, 2013, by 5p.m. at the home work boxes. However you should be able to nish it
before Thanksgiving break.
Reading assignment: Read chapter 9 of the text book.
The basic goal of this home work is to get
ECE130A
Nov. 27, 2013
Home work 9
Due date: None. However this will help you prepare for the nals.
Reading assignment: Read chapter 4 of the text book.
The basic goal of this home work is to get you familiar with Fourier transforms.
The Fourier transform
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ECE 130A: Signal Analysis and Processing
Fall 2010
Distribution: Monday, 27 September 2010
Homework Due: Tuesday, 5 October 2010, 5:00PM
Prof. Michael Liebling
TAs: Jingning Han, Hari Sivakumar
Electrical & Computer Engineering Dept.
University of Califor
Fall 2012
UCSB
ECE 130A: Problem Set 4
Assigned: Wednesday, October 31
Due: Thursday, November 8
Reading: Lectures notes (Fourier transforms, note on Fourier series for realvalued signals);
Chapter 4 (4.1 and 4.3)
Problem 1: Consider the periodic signal
UCSB
Fall 2014
ECE 130A: Problem Set 3
Assigned: Wednesday, October 22
Due: Friday, October 31 by 5 pm
Reading: Chapter 3 (3.3 and 3.5); Lecture Notes (Fourier Series)
Optional additional reading: 3.4 (for people interested in theoretical issues)
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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of California, Santa Barbara
ECE 130A
SIGNAL ANALYSIS
Instructor:
Professor Hua Lee
Teaching Assistants:
Thuyen Ngo
Daniel Lazar
Vincent Radzicki
Lectures:
MW 9:30 10:45 AM
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