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ExpNo.Experiment NameDate oPerformanceDate of CheckingSignatureMarks(10)
1.Program for generation of sin, cos,exponential, unit impulse, stepfunction, square wave2. a) Program to determine convolutionof two sequences b) Program to determine correlationof two sequences3.To calculate DTFT & plot magnitude& phase response of followingsequencex(n) = 1 0=<n<=3= 0 elsewhere4.An LTI system is specified by thedifference equationY(n)=0.9*y(n-1)+x(n)a) Determine H(exp(jw)) b) Calculate & plot the steady stateresponseY(n) to X(n) = cos(0.5∏n)u(n)5.Given a causal systemY(n) = 0.9*y(n-1)+x(n)a) Find H(2) & sketch its pole zero plot b) Plot H(w) & angle H(w)6.Let X(n) be a 4point sequenceX(n) = 1 0<n<3= 0 elsewherecompute the 4-point, 8-point, 16-pointDFT & plot magnitude & phase plot

7.Differentiate b/w high density highresolution spectrum, for givensequenceX(n)=cos(0.48*pi*n)+cos(0.52*pi*n)a) Determine DFT & also plot it for 0<=n<=10 & 0<=n<=1008.Program to find the circulaconvolution of two sequences x(n) &h(n)9.To design a FIR LPL filter usingRectangular, Barlett, Hamming,Hanning, Blackmann Window & plotthe phase response of filter. Thespecification of the filter are asfollows:Wp=0.5*pi, Ws=0.3*pi, 0.25dB,As=50 dB10.Transform H(s)=(s+1)/(s
2
+5s+6) intoa digital filter usinga) Impulse Invariant Transformation b) Bilinear Transformation

EXPERIMENT No. – 1
AIM
Program for generation of sin, cos, exponential, unit impulse, step function, square wave.
THEORY
Sine Function:
A function f(x)=sin(x) is a periodic function with a period of 2∏, it will form a periodic waveafter 2∏. The f(x) will lie between -1 to +1.
Cosine Function:
A function f(x)=cos(x) is a periodic function with a period of 2∏, it will form a periodic waveafter 2∏.
Exponential Function:
A function f(x)=e
x
is defined as:0<f(x)≤1; for -∞≤x≤01≤f(x)<∞; for 0≤x≤∞
Unit impulse Function:
Unit impulse is a signal that is 0 everywhere except at n=0 where it is 1. In discrete time domainthe unit impulse signal is defined as:∂(n) =1; n=0= 0; elsewhere
Unit Step Function:
The integral of the impulse function is a unit step signal. In discrete time unit step signal isdefined as:U(n) =1; n>=0= 0; n<0
Square Wave Function:
It is a periodic function with a period of T. If f(x) is a square wave function thenF(x) = 1; 0<x<T/2= -1; T/2<x<T