ME360 homework assignment, Spring 2013
HW4 (Cannot be skipped for any reason), Friday, Feb. 1, due Friday, Feb. 8.
Reading. Text 1: Ch. 4, Ch. 11, sec. 11.0-11.7.1. Text 2: Ch. 3.3. Also strongly reco
ME360 - Solved Examples for Homework #2
Problem 1: For each signal x(t) of Figure 1,
x(t)
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HW2 Problems
Carry out the tasks indicated in the correspondingly numbered problem in the HW2 examples
handout for the signals given below. Make every attempt to solve the problem without looking at t
ME360 homework assignment, Spring 2010 HW3, Feb. 5, due Feb. 12 Reading Text 1: Ch. 4, Ch. 11, sec. 11.0-11.7.1. Text 2: Ch. 3.3. Also strongly recommended: Text 3: Ch. 7, pp. 225, 234-257, 329-336, C
ME 360, Section AL2
Homework 2 Solution: Continuous- Time and Discrete- Time Signals
Please note that plots are not to scale.
Part 1: Continuous- Time Signals:
1a) = 2 2 = 2 1
= (2( 1)
The origina
ME 360, Section AL2
Homework 2: Continuous-Time and Discrete-Time Signals
Assigned: September 4, 2015
Due: September 11, 2015
Max possible points: 140
Part 1: Continuous-Time Signals: (60 pts total)
1
Homework 2 Solutions
8.1
a) x(t)
= 4 + 2sin(4 t + ) + 3sin(16t) + 4 cos(16t)
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Express in 3 forms, identify time period / harmonics, signal power / rms, and
sketch 1 and 2
ME 360, Section AL2
Homework 4: Parsevals Relation and Fourier Transforms
Assigned: September 18, 2015
Max possible score = 55 pts
Due: September 25, 2015
1. [5 pts] Given x (t ) = 10cos ( t ) + 8sin
ME360 homework assignment, Spring 2013
HW4 (Cannot be skipped for any reason), Friday, Feb. 1, due Friday, Feb. 8.
Reading. Text 1: Ch. 4, Ch. 11, sec. 11.0-11.7.1. Text 2: Ch. 3.3. Also strongly reco
ME 360 AL1, Fall 2012, Homework 4 Solution
1. Consider circuits 1-3 in Figure 1 in the hw4 example handout. Perform the following operations with
these circuits.
1a. Loading of a circuit. Modify circu
PROJECT 1 ME360, Spring 2010 March 17, due Wednesday, March 31. (Reading: Text 1: Ch. 9, sec. 9.0 9.4; Ch. 13, sec. 13.0 13.3; Ch 14, sec. 14. 1, 14.2, 14.3, 14.4, 14.5; Text 3: Ch. 9, Ch. 10) Please,
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ME360 - Solved Examples for Project #1
Problem 1: With your data acquisition system, you need to sample a periodic half-wave rectied sine waveform xp (t) (Example 8.2 (f), pp. 203, 204 in Ambardar)
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ME 370_D2_Fall 2015
Problem # 1: Design Process
a) The design process below is missing an important step/part. Please identify and draw the missing step.
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ME 360, Section AL1
Homework 3: Periodic signals, Harmonic signals
Assigned: Sept 18th 2017
Due: Sept 22nd 2017
For additional practice (This will not be graded, do not turn in!)
Reading:
Oppenheim Se
ME 360, Section AL1
Homework 1: Mathematical Review
Assigned: Sept 1, 2017
Points:
Due: Sept 8, 2017
The total number of points is 105.
Parts 1-3 are worth 30 points each. For Part 4, each sub-part is
ME 360, Section AL1
Homework 8: Laplace Transforms and System Response
Assigned: Nov 3rd, 2017
Max possible score = 90 pts.
Due: Nov 10th, 2017
For additional practice (This will not be graded, do not
ME 360, Section AL1
Homework 5: Fourier Transforms
Assigned: Sept 29th, 2017
Due: Oct 6th, 2017
For additional practice (This will not be graded, do not turn in!)
Reading:
Oppenheim Sections 4.0-4.6
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DATA SHEET 1/3
ME 360: FUNDAMENTALS OF SIGNAL PROCESSING,
INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL
Laboratory No. 2
Signal Conditioning and Analog-to-digital Signal Conversion Issues
Data Sheet
5.2 SINE WAVE RECON
W. E. Dunn
ME 360: FUNDAMENTALS OF SIGNAL PROCESSING,
INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL
Laboratory No. 2
Signal Conditioning and Analog-to-digital Signal Conversion Issues
1.
CREDITS
Originated:
N. R. Mille
Procedure Replacement for the meu2y function
On page 7 where it says [vgen,junk]=meu2y(vdac,vdac,1000*tstep,0); replace with the
following procedure:
1. Open the Simulink file N:\labs\ME360\lab4\meu2y
ME 360: FUNDAMENTALS OF SIGNAL PROCESSING,
INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL
Experiment No. 5
System Identification with Frequency Response Techniques using the
Dynamic Signal Analyzer
1.
CREDITS
Originated
ME360: FUNDAMENTALS OF SIGNAL PROCESSING,
INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL
Laboratory No. 7 PID Control and the
Parker-Hannifin Hydraulic Station
The format of the lab is quite a bit different from your pr
ME 360, Section AL2
Homework 2: Continuous-Time and Discrete-Time Signals
Assigned: Sept 9th, 2017
Due: Sept 18th, 2017
For additional practice (This will not be graded, do not turn in!)
Reading:
Oppe
ME 360, Section AL1
Homework 6
Assigned: Oct 8th 2017
Max possible score = 45 pts
Due: Oct 13th 2017
For additional practice (This will not be graded, do not turn in!)
Reading:
Oppenheim Sections 1.5,
ME 360, Section AL2
Homework 7: DTFT and Discrete Time System Response
Assigned: Oct 27th, 2017
Max possible score = 100 pts.
Due: Nov 3rd, 2017
For additional practice (This will not be graded, do no
ME 360, Section AL1
Homework 4: Fourier series and spectrum computation
Assigned: Sept 22nd 2017
Due: Sept 29th 2017
1. For each periodic signal shown here [20 pts total = 2 x 10 pts each signal]
(Sig