CMOS Analog Circuit Design (2nd Ed.) Homework Solutions : 9/20/2002
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Chapter 1 Homework Solutions
1.1-1 Using Eq. (1) of Sec 1.1, give the base-10 value for the 5-bit binary number 11010
(b4 b3 b2 b1 b0 ordering).
From Eq. (1) of Sec 1.1 we have
N
-1
-2
ECE 436 Digital Signal Processing - I
Fall 2007
Lab 1: Introduction to lab tools and digital signals
Objective:
To get acquainted with the usage of DSP development tools in the lab, including MATLAB,
C6713 DSK, and Code Composer Studio (CCS);
To learn abo
Introducing Low-Density Parity-Check
Codes
Sarah J. Johnson
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
The University of Newcastle
Australia
email: sarah.johnson@newcastle.edu.au
Topic 1: Low-Density
Parity-Check Codes
1.1 Introduction
Low-dens
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U PSILON B OOKS
E LECTROMAGNETIC F IELD T HEORY
Electromagnetic
Field Theory
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Swedish Institute of Space Physics
and
Department of Astronomy and Space Physics
Uppsala University, Sweden
and
School of Mathema
RAD 229: MRI Signals and Sequences Homework #4
Due Wed, Oct 28, 2015 5:00pm.
1. bSSFP Signal: Here your will explore the approximation that we made during
the class for the balanced SSFP signal. The steady-state signal
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
ECE3443 Signals and Systems
Spring 2016
Solution
Homework #1
1. We define a unit step function which we save as the file unit step.m so that we can call this function from other
M ATLAB code:
function u = un
HOMEWORK #6 (Submit solutions through blackboard in PDF format)
Problem 1
Given is the LCC difference equation that represents some LTI system :
3
4
1 +
1
8
2 =
+
1
2
1
a) Find the impulse response of the system
b) Draw a block diagram of the system in Di
HOMEWORK #2
Submit solutions through blackboard (in PDF format)
1. Given is a signal
n
x(n)
n in tabular format:
-2
0
-1
0
0
2
1
1
2
4
3
0
Assume x(n) is 0 for other values of n not specified in the table.
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
Sketch the signal y(n)=x(-n) (and
Geophysics 130 Homework Signal Processing
You have been provided with one hour of continuous waveform data, vertical component,
recorded near the Calaveras Fault in California, southeast of San Jose. The seismogram
includes several earthquakes
/* ECE436 Lab1 */
/Sine_gen.c Sine generation
#include "dsk6713_aic23.h"
for codec,DSK
Uint32 fs = DSK6713_AIC23_FREQ_8KHZ;
rate
/support file
/set sampling
#define Bufferlen 8
int i = 0;
/table
index
short gain = 5;
/gain factor
short sine_table[Bufferle
Digital Signal Processing I ECE 437/436
Table of Contents
1. Introduction
1.1. Analog signal processing
1.2. Digital signal processing (DSP)
1.3. Advantages and application of DSP
1.4. Types of signals
1.5. Sampling
2. Discrete-time signals and systems
2.
ECE 437 (436) - Digital Signal Processing I (with Laboratory)
2013 Catalog Data:
ECE 437: Digital Signal Processing I. Credit 3.
Discrete-time system analysis, discrete convolution and correlation, Z-transforms.
Realization and frequency response of discr