BME 311
PROBLEM SET #3 DUE DATE: February 1, 2006
January 25, 2006
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1. [20] Use the Matlab function conv to determine the convolution of the following DT

BME 311
PROBLEM SET #4 DUE DATE: February 8, 2006
February 1, 2006
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1. [20] O&W 2.57. 2. [20] O&W 2.59. 3. [25] O&W 2.61(a). 4. [15] O&W 3.22(a) and (b).

BME 311 Show all work in your blue book.
EXAM #2
March 29, 2006
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BME 311 1. [15] Fourier series and transforms:
EXAM #2 SOLUTIONS
April 19, 2006
(a) This is a periodic CT signal, so we use the discrete Fourier series to decompose it: ck = X(ejk0 ) = = 1 T0 x(t)e-jk0 t dt =
T0
1 2
1
e-t e-jkt dt =
0
1 2
1

BME 311
PROBLEM SET #9 DUE DATE: April 12, 2006
April 5, 2006
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1. [20] O&W 7.21. 2. [20] O&W 7.22. 3. [30] O&W 7.29. 4. [20] O&W 7.35. 5. [25] Consider t

BME 311
PROBLEM SET #8 DUE DATE: April 5, 2006
March 31, 2006
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1. [35] O&W 5.29. 2. [25] O&W 5.30, (a) and (c). 3. [25] O&W 5.36, (a) and (b)(i)(iii).
1

BME 311
PROBLEM SET #10 DUE DATE: April 16, 2006
April 12, 2006
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1. [15] O&W 9.21(a)(c). 2. [15] O&W 9.22(a)(c). 3. [30] O&W 9.25. 4. [25] O&W 9.29. 5. [

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l" 2.57. (a) Realizing that m2[n] = y1[n], we may eliminate these from the two given difference
equations. This would give us
min] = -ay2[n - 1] + box1[n1+ 12mm ~ 1].
This is the same as the overall difference equation.
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BME 311
PROBLEM SET #5 DUE DATE: March 8, 2006
February 20, 2006
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1. [20] O&W 3.28. 2. [10] Consider the function shown in figure P3.28(b). (a) Use Matla

BME 311 Show all work in your blue book.
EXAM #1
February 16, 2006
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BME 311
PROBLEM SET #7 DUE DATE: March 22, 2006
March 15, 2006
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1. [20] Use Matlab to determine the DTFT of: (a) x[n] = 0.6n u[n]. Plot the magnitude and

BME 311
PROBLEM SET #1 DUE DATE: January 18, 2006
January 11, 2006
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1. [10] Consider the following two discrete-time signals: x[n] = 3 sin 2 y[n] = sin 2

BME 311
PROBLEM SET #6 DUE DATE: March 15, 2006
March 8, 2006
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1. [15] O&W 4.21, parts (a)(e). 2. [20] O&W 4.26. 3. [20] O&W 4.29. 4. [20] O&W 4.31. 5. [

BME 311
PROBLEM SET #2 DUE DATE: January 25, 2006
January 18, 2006
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1. [15] Using the approximation (t) =
1
rect
t
as 0, show that 1 (t) 2
(2t)