EE110A Signals and Systems
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of California Riverside
Homework 2
SOLUTIONS
EE 110 A
Fall 2014
Instructor: Roman Chomko
Homework* 2
Sinusoidal Signals and P
EE110A Signals and Systems
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of California Riverside
Homework 5
EE 110 A
Winter 2015
Instructor: Roman Chomko
Homework* 5
LTI ODE Systems, Singularity Fun
10/7/2013
Chapter 2: Linear Time-invariant Systems
Many systems can be modeled as LTI Systems.
LTI systems can be studied in great details.
We particularly study their behavior based on their respo
Homework 2 - EE 110A Signals and Systems (Due on 10/24/2013)
Department of Electrical Engineering, UC Riverside, Fall 2013
1. Consider a system with input ( ) and output ( ). For each of the following
Homework 4 EE 110A Signals and Systems (Due on 11/12/2013)
Department of Electrical Engineering, UC Riverside, Fall 2013
1. Consider an LTI system with the following unit impulse response:
h(t )
e t u
EE110A Signals and Systems
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of California Riverside
Homework 1
EE 110 A
Winter 2015
Instructor: Roman Chomko
Homework* 1
Signals and their Time Operation
EE110A Signals and Systems
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of California Riverside
Homework 1
EE 110 A
Fall 2014
Instructor: Roman Chomko
Homework* 1
Signals and their Time Operations
Roman Chomko, Ph.D.
Suite 411, Winston Chung Hall
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, CA 92521-0429
Email: [email protected]
EE 110A
SIGNALS
AND
SYSTEMS
EE110A Signals and Systems
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of California Riverside
Homework 1
EE 110 A
Winter 2018
Instructor: Roman Chomko
Homework* 1
Signals and their T
HW7
Problem 1 (Chap 7, Problem 37a)
Fourier Series
Verify the odd-symmetry property x(t) = x(t) of the periodic waveform shown in the figure, and find its
trigonometric Fourier Series.
HW7
Fourier Ser
EE110A
Lecture 6
Signals and Systems
Responses of LTI Systems
Lecture 6
Responses of LTI Systems
Instructor: Roman Chomko
EE110A Signals and Systems
Electrical Engineering
University of California - R
EE110A Signals and Systems
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of California Riverside
Homework 1
EE 110 A
Instructor: Roman Chomko
Homework* 1
Signals and their Time Operatio
EE110A Signals and Systems
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of California Riverside
Homework 3
EE 110 A
Fall 2017
Instructor: Roman Chomko
Homework* 3
System Properties, Li
EE110A Signals and Systems
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of California Riverside
Homework 2
SOLUTIONS
EE 110 A
Instructor: Roman Chomko
Homework* 2
Sinusoidal Signals an
EE110A
Lecture 1
Signals and Systems
Introduction to Signals and
Systems
Lecture 1
Introduction to Signals and Systems
Instructor: Roman Chomko
EE110A Signals and Systems
Electrical Engineering
Univer
Roman Chomko, Ph.D.
Suite 307, Winston Chung Hall
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, CA 92521-0429
Email: [email protected]
EE 110A
SIGNA
HW2
Sinusoidal Signals and Phasors
Problem 1 (Chap 2, Problem 14)
The expression A cos (2ft + ), where A > 0 is the amplitude, f is the frequency (in Hz), and < < is the
phase in radians, represents a
HW3 System Properties, Linearity, and Time Invariance
Problem 1 (Oppenheim, part of Problem 1.27)
In the following systems determine whether they are or not memoryless and causal. The answers must con
HW5
LTI ODE Systems, Singularity Functions
Problem 1 (Chap 5, Problem 13b)
Find y(t), the solution of the following ODE subject to the zero-state initial conditions:
d2 y
+ y=sin ( 2 t ) u(t)
dt2
HW5
HW8
Fourier Transform, Transfer Functions, and Frequency Response
Problem 1 (Chap 8, Problem 41)
Find the Fourier transform of the pulse x(t) in the figure, where = 1.1 msec, V0 = 1 V, 1 = 100 sec, an
EE110A Signals and Systems
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of California Riverside
Homework 2
EE 110 A
Winter 2015
Instructor: Roman Chomko
Homework* 2
Sinusoidal Signals and Phasors
D
HW6
Laplace Transform
Problem 1 (Chap 6, Problem 14a)
Using the tables of Unilateral Laplace Transform pairs and properties, find the Unilateral Laplace Transform
and the region of convergence of x(t)
HW4
Superposition, Convolution, and Correlation
Problem 1 (Chap 4, Problem 12b)
The unit-impulse response of an LTI system is (t) et u(t). Find its responses to the input: t u(t)
Problem 2 (Chap 4, Pr
EE110A Signals and Systems
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of California Riverside
Final Examination
EE 110A
Fall 2014
Instructor: Roman Chomko
Final Examination
Print Your Name: _
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1) Sketch the following functions made of unit impulses. In each case determine if the function is even or odd.
If it is neither, determine if by a time shift it may become even or odd.
Problem 2 (Cha
Fourier transform with MATLAB:
MATLAB command: fourier(f). (type in help fourier in MATLAB
command window for detailed usage)
Example:
Problem 1.a in Homework 4, type in
> syms t w
> fourier(exp(-2*(t
EE110A
Lecture 4
Signals and Systems
Sinusoidal Signals and
Complex Numbers
Lecture 4
Sinusoidal Signals and Complex
Numbers
Instructor: Roman Chomko
EE110A Signals and Systems
Electrical Engineering
Homework 4 - EE 110A Signals and Systems (Due on 11/21/2013)
Department of Electrical Engineering, UC Riverside, Fall 2013
1. Find the Fourier Transform () for the following signals:
a) () = 2(1) ( 1)
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Lab 1 Prelab
Prelab:
1. -2. Electronic circuits consist of branches and nodes and require at least one power generator. A
branch cannon contain more than one element, but there
University of California at Riverside
Department of Electrical Engineering
EE 110A: Signals and Systems
Midterm Exam (Nov 6th, 2012)
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