Assignment #15
ECSE2410 Signals & Systems  Summer 2017 Due Thursday 08/10/17
1(10). The input to a linear, timeinvariant system is x(t) = 3 + sin(10t %] and the output is
100 sin10t. IfH(a)= 160A
t ,f dA (13.
W): 3 B+jw 1n an
2(3 0). In this probl
Assignment #21 ~ Solutions
ECSE2410 Signals & Systems Fall 2013 Due Tue 11:26! 13
1(3 0). Using Nyquist and Bode plots and Bode approximations, nd gain constant K at which the
feedback systems shown are just on the verge of instability. Sketch the Ny
Assignment #12
ECSE2410 Signals & Systems  Summer 2017
Due Tuesday 08/01/17
Problems 1 through 4:
(a). Using the properties and transform Tables (no integrations of the definition) find the Fourier
transforms, X ( ) . Simplify where ever possible.
(b).
Assignment #19  Solutions
ECSE2410 Signals & Systems  Fa112013 Due Fri 11/ 15! 13
1(20). Consider the system
This system is stable for small K (all closedloop poles are in the Left Half of the splane  LHP) and
unstable for large K (at least on
Assignment #13  Solutions
ECSE2410 Signals & Systems Spring 2013 Due Fri 10f25/ 13
165). For the diagram shown, sketch the following waveforms. Label all key values.
kwa'i? ~ _
(:1) Sketch 3(a) swagrel! H 314: = QawWs) = 31:. Slag2K)
KaJb =~
gm
Assignment #22  Solutions
ECSE2410 Signals & Systems  Fall 2013 Due Fri 12/6/2013
1 t 1
1(20). A rstorder, recursive, digital lowpass lter is described by the transfer function H (z) = i + fzl
z
2
(a) Find the system impulse response. '_.'_'r
Assignment #14
ECSE2410 Signals & Systems  Summer 2017
Due Tuesday 08/08/17
1(25). The scheme below illustrates how two different telephone conversations, x1 (t ), x2 (t ) , can be sent
over the same telephone wire (or transmission channel), and be reco
Computer Science 1 CSCI1100
Spring Semester 2015
Final Exam Overview and Practice Questions
SOLUTIONS
Below are solutions to the given practice problems. Please be aware that there may be more than one way to
solve a problem, so your answers may be corre
ECSE2500 Engineering Probability HW#21 Solutions
Due 5/2/16
Graded by Yin Li, [email protected]
1. (14 points) Let X1 , X2 be independent and each exponential with the same parameter . That is,
for i=1,2, we have
0
f Xi x x
e
for x 0
for x 0
Let Y1 and Y2
ECSE2500 Engineering Probability HW#9 Solutions
3/7/16
Graded by Yin Li [[email protected]]. Clearly justify your answer in each problem.
1. (8 points) A single fair 4sided die is tossed once. Let the random variable X1 = the number of
dots on the face of t
ECSE2500 Engineering Probability HW#20 Solutions
Due 4/28/16
Graded by Qiushi Gong, [email protected]
1. (15 points) Let X and Y be random variables which are uniformly distributed on the Lshaped
region A depicted in red below, i.e., the pdf is
y
1
4
x, y
ECSE2500 Engineering Probability HW#18 Solutions
Due 4/21/16
Graded by Yin Li, [email protected]
1. (8 points) Let X and Y be discrete RVs with joint PMF pX,Y x, y and marginal PMFs pX x
and pY y as given in the following table:
pX,Y x, y
1
x
0
1
pY y
1
ECSE2500 Engineering Probability HW#19 Solutions
Due 4/25/16
Graded by Yogish Didgi, [email protected]
1. (17 points) Let X and Y be discrete RVs with joint PMF pX,Y x, y and marginal PMFs
pX x and pY y as given in the following table:
pX,Y x, y
x
1
0
1
p
ECSE2500 Engineering Probability HW#23 Solutions
Due 5/9/16
Graded by Qiushi Gong, [email protected]
1. (10 points) Let X1 , X2 , X3 , X4 be random variables. Assume X1 , X2 are jointly Gaussian with
means 1, 2, respectively, variances 1, 4, respectively, a
ECSE2500 Engineering Probability HW#22 Solutions
Due 5/5/16
Graded by Yogish Didgi, [email protected]
1. (18 points) Let X be a Gaussian random variable with mean 5.5 and variance one representing
the height of an adult chosen at random (measured in feet).
ECSE2500 Engineering Probability HW#17 Solutions
Due 4/18/16
Graded by Qiushi Gong, [email protected]
1. (11 points) Let X and Y be discrete RVs with joint PMF pX,Y x, y and marginal PMFs
pX x and pY y as given in the following table:
pX,Y x, y
x
1
0
1
pY
Zimu Guo
Yongxiang Cheng
ECSE 2010  Section 2
Lab 12
Introduction
The purpose of this lab is to implement the transfer function H(s) via various components in the firstorder
circuit. Specifically for this lab, we use the RL first order circuit with give
Circuits
Spring 2017
ECSE2010
Name _
Homework 10
Due: April 27, 2017
Problem 1) Transfer functions, limiting conditions
For each of the following transfer functions, determine the magnitude and phase as 0
and as . The indicated impedances are consistent
Electric Circuits
ECSE 2010 Spring 2017
Homework 1
Due: January 26, 2017
1) Simple KVLXKCL analysis
a) Apply KVL to the above circuit loop and nd the voltage across R2. Use the
indicated polarity of R2 to determine the sign of your answer. (Note, for volt
Circuits
ECSE2010 Spring 2017 Name
Homework 11
Due: May 3
(Log plots available on the last page.)
Problem 1) RLC circuit
R3
1 00
Is
02
1 EB
a. Determine the transfer function H(s) = IL2(s)fIs(s).
b. Plot the Bode magnitude and phase plots for the trans
Circuits
ECSE2010 Spring 2011r Name
Homework 2
Due: February 2, 2017
1) Circuit reduction
R3
R1
R5
12k
Use circuit reduction techniques (paralleliseries resistor properties) to determine
a) The current produced by V1
13) The voltage across each resisto
Circuits
Spring 2017
ECSE2010
Name _
Homework 12
Due: May 3, 2017
Grading: Each problem corresponds to a Unit)
Score will replace lowest homework score
Unit 1:
R15
1k
2k
5V
V3
I1
4k
0.001Vy
Ix
V2
10 Vdc
+
Vy

1k
0Vdc
2000(Ix)
2k
a. Find the current thro
Circuits
Spring 2017
ECSE2010
Name _
Homework 11
Due: May 3, 2017
Grading: Each problem corresponds to a Unit)
Score will replace lowest homework score
Unit 1:
R15
1k
2k
V3
5V
I1
4k
0.001Vy
Ix
V2
10 Vdc
+
Vy

1k
0Vdc
2000(Ix)
2k
a. Find the current thro
Circuits
Spring 2017
ECSE2010
Name _
Homework 11
Due: May 3
(Log plots available on the last page.)
Problem 1) RLC circuit
R2
100
Is
R3
100
2
L2
1E2
C2
1E6
1
0
a. Determine the transfer function H(s) = IL2(s)/Is(s).
b. Plot the Bode magnitude and phase
Homework #22
ECSE 2410 Signals & Systems Spring 2017.
Due date: Friday, April 28 at 12pm on Gradescope
In each case sketch the root locus for the following systems and calculate all critical points that apply
(PoleZero Excess, Asymptote Location (centroi