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(TCO 3) A TF of a system is given below. The characteristic equation of the system and
its order is given by (note: some algebraic manipulation of the equation may be
required to find the correct answer)

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(TCO 7) A sine wave of frequency 48 Hz is sampled at 96 samples/second and we
wish to represent it in exponential form. The resulting representation is given by
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(TCO 6) Find the z-transform, x(z), of x(n) =
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(TCO 6) Find the system transfer function of a causal LSI system whose impulse
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(TCO 4) A system samples a sinusoid of frequency 520 Hz at a rate of 100 Hz and
writes the sampled signal to its output without further modification. Determine the
frequency that the sampling system wil

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(TCO 1) A signal that is a function of time has the following properties (or the
following applies to it).
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It is impossible to convert an analog signal into a discrete signal.
An analog

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(TCO 2) An RLC circuit is shown below. Determine the impedance between the two
terminals of the circuit and express it as a ratio of two polynomials in S
with the coefficient of the highest power of S u

ECET 350, HW
Week 2
PG 58-62
2a-c, 7, 9a-c,
10ab, 16a-c,
19, 22a-c, 24
2. Determine
the Nyquist
sampling rate
for each of the
following
analog signals:
a) 40 /
(2*pi)
b) 10000 /
3
c) 6000 / 7
Complete code below then verify your answer using MATLAB:
clc;

Laboratory Report Cover Sheet
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Course Number: ECET350
Professor:
Laboratory Number: 2
Laboratory Title: Signal Sampling and Reconstruction
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Objectives:
Use principles of signal

HOMEWORK 7 WEEK 7
1. Design and implement in software a digital lowpass filter to meet the following specifications
Passband edge
2.5kHz
Stopband edge
3 kHz
Passband deviation
<0.1dB
Stopband attenuation >60 dB
Sampling frequency
Copy and paste plot below

HOMEWORK 5
ECET 350
Date:
Name:
Fill in the MATLAB blanks then run the code.
19. Design a low pass FIR filter for 10 kHz sampling, with a pass band edge at 2 kHz, a stop band edge at
3 kHz, and 20 dB stop band attenuation. Find the impulse response and th

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College of Engineering and Information Sciences
Course Number: ECET350
Professor:
Laboratory Number: 7
Laboratory Title: Infinite Impulse Response Band Pass Filter
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Objectives: To design an IIR