EECS 250 Fall 2014
Homework 1
Due: Thu Oct 16 before class
1. An analog signal contains frequencies up to 10 kHz.
(a) What range of sampling frequencies allows exact reconstruction of this signal from
EECS 250 Fall 2014
Homework 2
Due: Thu Oct 23 before class
1. Calculate and draw the magnitude response of a system with the following transfer
functions:
1 z 1
1 0.8z 1
1 z 4
b. H ( z )
1 0.8z 4
a.
EECS 250 Fall 2017
Homework 1
Due: Thu Oct 12 before class
1. Given a continuous-time signal xa(t) with Xa(F) = 0 for |F|>B determine the minimum
sampling rate Fs for a signal ya(t) defined by
(a) xa(
EECS 250 Digital Signal Processing
Fall Quarter 2017
Instructor:
Email:
Office Hours:
Office Location:
Dr. Paniz Ebrahimi
[email protected]
Tu/Th 2:00-2:45 pm
EH 4227
Class Web site:
https:/eee.uci.edu/17
EECS 250 Fall 2017
Homework 1 Solutions
1. Given a continuous-time signal xa(t) with Xa(F) = 0 for |F|>B determine the minimum
sampling rate Fs for a signal ya(t) defined by
(a) xa(2t)
(b) xa(t)cos(7B
EECS 250 Fall 2017
Homework 3
Due: Thu Oct 26 before class
1. Develop a radix-3 Decimation-in-time FFT algorithm for N = 3v and draw the
corresponding flow graph for N=9. What is the number of require
Z Transform
+
X(z) = =
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Region of Convergence (ROC): The set of values of z for which X(z) is finite.
Inverse z-transform is not unique unless ROC is defined.
anu(n)
-anu(-n-1)
1
1 1
1
1 1
ROC: |
EECS250 Fall 2014
Homework 3
Due: Tue Oct 31st in class
1. Assume that a low pass filter has a zero at z = -0.7 and a pole at z = 0.8.
a) Find H(z) such that the magnitude response at frequency = 0 is
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EECS250 Fall 2014
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Homework #5
Due: Tue Nov 25th before class
1. Write a MATLAB program for the following project. Include a copy of your program
in your report along with the requested resul
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EECS250 Fall 2014
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Homework #6
Due: Tue Dec 9th before class
1. We would like to design a causal 5-tap linear-phase FIR filter
approximating the following ideal filter using a Hamming window.
EECS 250 Fall 2016
Solutions for Homework 3
1. Develop a radix-3 Decimation-in-time FFT algorithm for N = 3v and draw the
corresponding flow graph for N=9. What is the number of required complex
multi
EECS 250 Fall 2016
Homework 4
1. For each of the following system functions Hk(z), state whether it is a minimumphase, maximum-phase or a mixed phase function. Justify your answers. Then
if the system
EECS 250 Digital Signal Processing I
Fall 2009 Homework 2
Due: Thurs. October 15
1. 2.3-39
2. 2.4-42
3. 2.5-43
4. 2.7-47
5. For parts (a) and (b) you may use Matlab if you wish.
(a) In I 2 , sketch th
EECS 250 Digital Signal Processing I
Fall 2009 Homework 3
Due: Thurs. October 29
1. 3.14-27
2. 3.14-28
3. 3.14-29
4. 3.15-30
5. 4.5-29
6. For the following matrix,
11
A= 2 1
41
1
1,
1
answer the follo
EECS 250 Digital Signal Processing I
Fall 2009 Homework 4
Due: Thurs. November 19
1. 4.2-4
2. 4.2-6
3. 4.2-14
4. 4.3-24
5. 4.3-25
6. Find the operator norm of a matrix A I mn where
R
is used for I m
EECS 250 Digital Signal Processing I
Fall 2009 Homework 5
Due: Thurs. December 3
1. 4.2-15
2. 4.2-20
3. 5.3-22
4. 6.2-12
5. 6.3-28
6. 7.5-7
7. Write a Matlab m-le that generates the Vandermonde matrix
EECS 250 Fall 2016
Homework 1
Due: Thu Oct 8 before class
1. Given a continuous-time signal xa(t) with Xa(F) = 0 for |F|>B determine the minimum
sampling rate Fs for a signal ya(t) defined by
(a) xa(2
EECS 250 Digital Signal Processing
Fall Quarter 2016
Instructor:
Office Hours:
Paniz Ebrahimi, [email protected]
M 1:00-2:00 pm, W 12:30-1:20
EH 4227 (Prof. Yousefizadehs Office)
Class Web site:
https:/ee
EECS 250 Fall 2016
Homework 1 Solutions
1. Given a continuous-time signal xa(t) with Xa(F) = 0 for |F|>B determine the minimum
sampling rate Fs for a signal ya(t) defined by
(a) xa(2t)
(b) xa(t)cos(7B
EECS 250 Digital Signal Processing I
Fall 2009 Homework 1
Due: Thurs. October 8
1. What is your hometown and undergraduate university?
2. What are your favorite non-academic activities or hobbies?
3.