ECET345 Signals and SystemsLab #12
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ECET345 Signals and Systems Processing
Name of Student _
Class Room Activity #12
Response of RC circuits
Objective of the lab experiment:
The objective of this experiment is to experimentally meas
ECET345 Signals and SystemsLab #2
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ECET345 Signals and Systems
Name of Student _
RLC Impulse and Step Response
Objective of the lab experiment:
The objective of this experiment is to experimentally measure the step response of an RL
ECET345 Signals and Systems
Homework #2
Name of Student _
1. Redraw the following schematics with the impedance of each of the element shown in
Laplace domain. Then determine the overall impedance of the entire circuit between the
two ends of the shown ci
ECET345 Signals and SystemsLab #12
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ECET345 Signals and Systems Processing
Name of Student _
Class Room Activity #12
Response of RC circuits
Objective of the lab experiment:
The objective of this experiment is to experimentally meas
ECET345 Signals and SystemsLab #13
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ECET345 Signals and Systems
Name of Student
Ayad Zaroura
Class Room Activity #13
Convolution of signals
Objective of the lab experiment:
The objective of this experiment is to demonstrate how the
ECET345 Signals and Systems
Homework #7
Name of Student _Jason
Allen_
1. A sine wave of 60 Hz, amplitude of 117 V, and initial phase of zero (or 117 sin(2*60t) is full
wave rectified and sampled at 2,048 samples per second after full wave rectification. R
ECET345 Signals and Systems
Home Work #3
Name of Student _
1. The transfer function of a circuit is given by
H ( s )=
2 s+ 4
4 s2 +2 s +2
.
a. Express the transfer function in a form in which the coefficients of the highest power of s are
unity in both nu
ECET345 Signals and SystemsLab #13
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ECET345 Signals and Systems
Name of Student
Class Room Activity #13
Convolution of signals
Objective of the lab experiment:
The objective of this experiment is to demonstrate how the convolution i
ECET345 Signals and SystemsLab #2
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ECET345 Signals and Systems
Name of Student :
Class Room Activity #2
Experimental observation of aliasing
Objective of the lab experiment:
The objective of this experiment is to observe the effect
ECET345 Signals and SystemsLab #12
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ECET345 Signals and Systems Processing
Name of Student:
Class Room Activity #12
Response of RC circuits
Objective of the lab experiment:
The objective of this experiment is to experimentally measu
ECET345
Week 2 Homework
Professor Krause
Name _
1. Redraw the following schematics with the impedance of each of the element shown in
Laplace domain. Then determine the overall impedance of the entire circuit between the
two ends of the shown circuit and
DeVry University
ECET345 Signals and Systems
Signal Observation and Recreation
Objective:
Using a Tower system and supplied HCS12-based program, experimentally observe the closest
equivalent of four key signals (impulse, sinusoidal, exponential, and squar
ECET345 Signals and SystemsLab #7
Allen 1
DeVry University
ECET345 Signals and Systems
Name of Student _Jason
Allen_
Class Room Activity #7
Signal Observation and Recreation
Now answer the questions below.
1. How does an experimental approximation of an i
ECET345 Signals and SystemsLab #12
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ECET345 Signals and Systems Processing
Name of Student _
Class Room Activity #12
Response of RC circuits
Objective of the lab experiment:
The objective of this experiment is to experimentally meas
ECET345 Signals and SystemsLab #2
Allen 1
DeVry University
ECET345 Signals and Systems
Name of Student _Jason
Allen_
Class Room Activity #2
Experimental observation of aliasing
Objective of the lab experiment:
The objective of this experiment is to observ
ECET345 Signals and SystemsLab #9
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ECET345 Signals and Systems
Name of Student _ _
Class Room Activity #9
Transfer Function Analysis of Continuous Systems in s Domain Using MATLAB
Objective of the lab experiment:
The objective of t
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1.
Question :
(TCO 1) A signal that is a function of time has the following properties
(or the following applies to it).
Student Answer:
It can only be discrete and never analog or continuous.
It can only be analog or continuous and never discrete.
Its us
ECET345 Signals and Systems
Homework #1
Name of Student _Joshua Vallee_
1. Express the following numbers in Cartesian (rectangular) form.
(a)
e
j / 4
1/sqrt2+j1/sqrt2
(b)
e j / 4
1/sqrt2j1/sqrt2
2. Express the following numbers in polar form. Describe the
ECET345 Signals and Systems
Homework #4
Name of Student _
1. A shiny metal disk with a dark spot on it, as shown in figure below, is rotating clockwise at 100
revolutions/second in a dark room. A human observer uses a strobe that flashes 99 times/second
t
ECET345 Signals and Systems
Homework #7
Name of Student _
1. A sine wave of 60 Hz, amplitude of 117 V, and initial phase of zero (or 117 sin(2*60t) is full
wave rectified and sampled at 2,048 samples per second after full wave rectification. Research
the
ECET345 Signals and Systems
Homework #1
Name of Student _
1. Express the following numbers in Cartesian (rectangular) form.
(a)
e
j / 4
=0.707+j0.707
(b)
j / 4
e
0.707-j0.707
2. Express the following numbers in polar form. Describe the quadrant of the co
ECET345 Signals and SystemsLab #14
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ECET345 Signals and Systems
Name of Student _Jason Allen_
Class Room Activity #14
Z-Domain Analysis of Discrete Systems
Objective of the lab experiment:
The objective of this experiment is to perf
ECET345 Signals and Systems
Homework #5
Name of Student _Jason
Allen_
1. Using z-transform tables (page 776 of text or equivalent), find the z-transform of
(a)
0.1
( n)u ( n )(0.5n1 ) u ( n1 )
x ( n )=2
x ( z )=
x ( z )=
2z
1
z z
z0.1
z +0.5
2z
z0.1
(b)
ECET345 Signals and Systems
Homework #6
Name of Student _Jason
1. Find the z-transform x(z) of x(n) =
Allen_
cos ( 0.45 n+0.25 ) u( n) . Hint: Follow the method used in
the lecture for Week 6. Also, when evaluating the numerical value of a trig function,
(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 unity.
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Question 1
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(TCO 1) Calculate the pressure p (in Pa) at the base of a cubic tank of side length L=20 ft and only =80%
filled with a liquid that has a specific density SD=3.67. We neglect the weight of the tank and assume the
gravitational acceler