Minh Nguyen
Sec A
Lab 5
1. Part 1
I used p = 235 to get the graph to 0
The student has to pay $11280 for the car
The student would save $235
If the student want to repay the loan in 36 months, he/she needs to pay $305 per month
2. Part 2
For initial condi
Do an example with linear numerator and quadratic denominator with complex roots.
Use (3z-1+1)/(1-2z-1+4z-2).
(out-sided ROC)
(out-sided ROC)
(in-sided ROC)
Logan Heinen
EE 324
Section A
11/31/2015
Lab Report #10
Introduction:
This lab I will learn how the use of feedback influences the transfer function of an amplifier and
what measures can be taken to alter this influence.
Problem 10-1. PreLab:
a.
A ( s )=
Logan Heinen
EE 324
Section A
11/10/2015
Lab Report #8
Introduction:
In this lab, I will learn about analog filter design, implement a Butterworth filter in Matlab, and
test the filter on recorded audio data.
Problem 8-2. Lab Assignment 1:
a. In this part
EE 324: LAB
ASSIGNMENT 1
Logan Heinen
Section A
9/15/2015
Introduction:
In this lab we refresh our memories with Simulink. We first do a basic block representation to
familiarize ourselves with the concept. Then we are given a circuit to derive differenti
Logan Heinen
EE 324
11/17/2015
Section A
Lab Report 9
Introduction:
In this lab, I will learn how to design digital finite-impulse response filters by the method of
windowing.
Problem 9-2. Lab Assignment:
a. This section shows the impulse response of my F
Logan Heinen
10/20/2015
EE 324
Section A
Lab Report 6
Introduction:
In this lab, I am going to model two discrete-time systems encountered in economics and
simulate them in Matlab using Simulink block diagrams.
Problem 5-2. Lab Assignment:
a. I created a
Logan Heinen
EE 324
Section A
09/22/2015
Lab Report 2
Introduction:
In this lab we are going to use Simulink to understand various kinds of system representations.
The representation will be differential equations, state space, and block diagrams. Then we
EE 324: LAB
ASSIGNMENT #3
Logan Heinen
09/29/2015
Section A
Introduction:
In this lab, we will learn about system behavior using Laplace analysis. We will use Laplace
representations, determine region of convergence, and other computations. The main goal
Logan Heinen
EE 324
10/13/2015
Section A
Lab Report #5
Introduction:
In this lab, I will derive Bode plot representations of some systems, estimate errors incurred in
the Bode plot representation, and verify my estimates in Matlab.
Problem 5-1. PreLab:
a.
EE 324
Lab Section A
1/21/15
Lab 1: The LaPlace transform of the integrator system
Introduction:
For the first lab, we began by re-familiarizing ourselves with Simulink, deriving representations for
seemingly unrelated systems, and simulate the system res
EE 324: SIGNALS & SYSTEMS
LAB 5
SECTION: A
02.18.15
Introduction:
During week fives lab, we modeled and simulated two discrete-time systems, which touch many of our
lives.
Prelab:
For this weeks prelab we were asked to derive the input and output of the 2
1.64)
Memoryless
Stable
Causal
Linear
a
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Timeinvariant
Yes
b
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
c
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
d
No
No
No
Yes
No
e
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
f
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
g
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
h
No
No
No
Yes
No
i
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
j
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
k
No
Yes
6.27. Determine the bilateral Laplace transform and ROC- for the following signals:
(a) ﬁt} 2 e_iu[f + ‘2}
thj
[I rote-3* at
/ 6—111!“ + 2:16—3:03
an
/ C—tll-I—a] fit
—2
€2(1+s}
1+ 5
ROC: ReEs) 1:» —1
{h} me} = u{—t + 3)
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3
f 3—“ alt
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RUSS: Re
EE 324: SIGNALS & SYSTEMS
LAB 12
SECTION: D
04.15.15
Introduction:
This week in the lab we worked with the effects of feedback on stability. During the lab we observed
how the use of feedback influences the stability of an amplifier, and what measures can
EE 324
Lab Section A
1/21/15
Intro:
During this weeks lab we worked with Laplace analysis so that we could analyze our predictions of a
specific systems behavior. We used Simulink to simulate the circuits, which allowed us to easily modify
the input signa
EE 324
Lab Section A
1/21/15
Introduction:
For lab 3 this week, we tested the system behavior of the previous weeks lab circuits and predicted their
behavior using the LaPlace analysis. The idea of the lab was to build a connection between the LaPlace
tra
EE 324: SIGNALS & SYSTEMS
LAB 6
SECTION: A
02.18.15
Introduction:
This week in the lab we learned how to derive a discrete-time system as an approximation of a
continuous-time one.
We then considered two popular methods for transforming a continuous-time
EE 324: SIGNALS & SYSTEMS
LAB 4
SECTION: A
02.11.15
Introduction:
During this weeks lab, we practiced the frequency response and Bode plots using LaPlace Analysis. The idea
behind this lab was to build a connection between the LaPlace transform, frequency
EE 324: SIGNALS & SYSTEMS
LAB 13
SECTION: D
04.22.15
Purpose
The purpose of this lab is to observe how the use of feedback influences the stability and
bandwidth of an amplifier. We analyze the root locus of the system in Figure 1 and verify the
Nyquist s
EE 324: SIGNALS & SYSTEMS
LAB 9
SECTION: D
04.01.15
Introduction:
During last weeks lab, the objective of the lab was to build a Digital FIR filter
design. During the lab we learned how to design digital finite-impulse-response
(FIR) filters by the widely
EE 324: SIGNALS & SYSTEMS
LAB 10
SECTION: D
04.01.15
Introduction:
This weeks lab was based on digital IIR filter design. During the lab, we learned how to design digital
infinite-impulse-response (IIR) filters by digital conversion of analog filters. The
EE 324: SIGNALS & SYSTEMS
LAB 8
SECTION: D
03.25.15
Introduction:
In lab 8 this week, we begin analog filter design. During this this lab we learned how to design analog
filters. First we designed lowpass prototypes, and then used transformations to deriv
EE 324: SIGNALS & SYSTEMS
LAB 7
SECTION: A
03.4.15
Introduction:
This week in the lab we were going from continuous to discrete, and from discrete to continuous. During
the lab, we learned how to study the frequency characteristics of an IIR (infinite imp
Logan Heinen
EE 324
Section A
12/7/2015
Lab Report #11
Introduction:
In this lab, I will investigate the stability of a feedback system using ideas such as root-locus
plots and the Nyquist stability criterion.
Problem 11-1. PreLab:
a.
b.
105
(1+ 4 104 s)(
Logan Heinen
EE 324
11/03/2015
Section A
Lab Report 7
Introduction:
In this lab, I will be working with Ct and DT systems. I will compute their transfer equations and
plot the Bode plots and the step responses in MATLAB using Simulink.
Problem 7-1. PreLab
Logan Heinen
EE 324
10/06/2015
Section A
Lab Assignment 3
Introduction:
In this lab, I will practice with frequency response and Bode plots using Laplace analysis. I will
compute the transfer function and differential equation for the provided op amp circ