History of S-parameters S-parameters refer to the scattering matrix ("S" in S-parameters refers to scattering). The concept was first popularized around the time that Kaneyuke Kurokawa of Bell Labs wrote his 1965 IEEE article Power Waves and the Scatterin
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Unified Quiz S6
April 22, 2004
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Calculators allowed.
Calculators may be used for arithmetic only.
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Put your name on each page of the exam. Read all questions carefully.
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MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 6.011 Introduction to Communication, Control
and Signal Processing
Spring 2004
Second EVENING EXAM Wednesday, April 21, 7:30 PM 9:30 PM This is a closed bo
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Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 6.011: Introduction to Communication, Control and Signal Processing QUIZ 1, March 15, 2005 Answer Booklet
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PRACTICE QUESTIONS FOR 15.561 FINAL EXAMINATION
Spring 2005
CLARIFICATION: This is not a practice final but a collection of questions similar to those likely to
be on the final.
COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS PRACTICE QUESTIONS
Multiple-choice questions: SELECT TH
Functional characterization of petunia petal senescence related proteins by virus-induced gene silencing
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DISCRETE-TIME SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS, PART 1
Solution 2.1
x(n) is periodic if x(n)
the sequence in (a),
x (n + N) = A cos (27
x(n + N) for some integer value of N.
=
n+
N-
For
)
x(n + N) = x(n) if
N is an integer multiple of 27. The smallest
7
value of N f
THE DISCRETE-TIME FOURIER TRANSFORM
1.
Lecture 4 -
44 minutes
4.1
Sam ler
XA(t)
C/D
Relationship in the
time domain for a con
tinous-time signal, its
samples, and the re
sulting sequence
x(n) = xA(nT)
T=Tj
t
012345
n
012345
n
T=T 2 =2T,
t
0
t
T=T
T=T 2 =2
DISCRETE-TIME SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS, PART 2
1.
Lecture 3 -
50 minutes
3.1
d.
2.
Comments
This lecture continues the discussion of discrete-time systems. We
consider, in particular, the definitions for stability and causality,
first for discrete-time systems
INTRODUCTION
1.
Lesson 1 -
17 minutes
This lecture serves as an introduction to the course and is intended
to provide an indication of the importance and scope of the field of
digital signal processing. It is suggested that in addition to viewing
the lect
4
Convolution
In Lecture 3 we introduced and defined a variety of system properties to
which we will make frequent reference throughout the course. Of particular
importance are the properties of linearity and time invariance, both because
systems with the
5 Properties of Linear,
Time-Invariant Systems
Solutions to
Recommended Problems
S5.1
The inverse system for a continuous-time accumulation (or integration) is a differ
entiator. This can be verified because
d[
x(r) dr
=x(t)
Therefore, the input-output re
4 Convolution
Recommended
Problems
P4.1
This problem is a simple example of the use of superposition. Suppose that a dis
crete-time linear system has outputs y[n] for the given inputs x[n] as shown in Fig
ure P4.1-1.
Input x[n]
III
0
yi[n]
xn]
0
-1
Ou
2 Signals and Systems: Part I
Recommended
Problems
P2.1
Let x(t) = cos(wx(t + rx) + Ox).
(a) Determine the frequency in hertz and the period of x(t) for each of the follow
ing three cases:
21r
(i)
r/3
0
(ii)
3r/4
1/2
7r/4
(iii)
3/4
1/2
1/4
(b) With x(
18.03SC Unit 2 Practice Exam and Solutions
Study guide
.
1. Models. A linear differential equation is one of the form an (t) x (n) + + a1 (t) x +
a0 (t) x = q(t). The ak (t) are coefcients. The left side models a system, q(t) arises
from an input signal,
18.03SC Unit 2 Exam
.
.
1. (a) For what value of k is the system represented by x + x + k x = 0 critically damped?
[8]
(b) For k greater than that value, is the system overdamped or underdamped?
[4]
.
.
(c) Suppose a solution of x + x + k x = 0 vanishes a
6.450 Principles of Digital Communication
MIT, Fall 2009
Monday Dec 14, 2009
Final Exam
You have 180 minutes to complete the quiz.
This is an open-book quiz. You may use your book and six pages of notes. Calculators
are allowed, but probably wont be u
6.003 (Spring 2010)
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6.003 (Spring 2010)
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6.003 (Fall 2009)
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December 17, 2009
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6.01 Midterm 1: Fall 2009
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