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September 25, 2002
Handout #1
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052 Packard Building (EE281 lab)
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Lamberts Problem
This document describes four MATLAB scripts that demonstrate how to solve the Earth orbit,
interplanetary, and J 2 -perturbed form of Lamberts problem. Lamberts problem is concerned
with the determination of
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Information Technology.
SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
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inputs.
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Code Composer Studio'sTM Command Window
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AE 457/641 Navigation and Guidance
Tutorial 7, November 6, 2007
1. At the time of launch, a missile launched at a speed of 900m/s is directly in the path of
a target moving along a straight line at 300m/s. A launch error causes the missile to be
launched
AE 457/641 Navigation and Guidance
Tutorial 1, August 9, 2007
1. Find the constant course required to navigate along a rhumb line from New York (40 47
N, 73 58 W) to Cardi (51 30 N, 3 12 W). Find the rhumb line distance as well as
the shortest distance be
Discrete-Time Convolution: 1. Find the impulse response for each of the following discrete-time systems: a) y[n] + 0.2y[n-1] = x[n]-x[n-1] b) y[n] + 1.2y[n-1] = 2x[n-1] c) y[n] = 0.24(x[n]+x[n-1]+x[n-2]+x[n-3]) d) y[n] = x[n] + 0.5x[n-1] + x[n-2]
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System Properties: 1. Determine if the following systems are time-invariant, linear, causal, and/or memoryless? dy a) + 6y( t ) = 4 x ( t ) dt dy b) + 4 ty( t ) = 2 x( t ) dt c) y[ n] + 2 y[ n 1] = x[ n + 1] d) e) y(t) = sin(x(t)
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