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# 1.

Prove that the given below diagram is equivalence

M

H(z)

H(Z M)

M

2. Prove that the given below diagram is equivalence:

L

H(zL)

H(z)

L

3. An analog signal xa(t) is band limited to the range 900≤F≤1100 Hz. It is used as an input to the system shown in figure below. In this system H(ω) is an ideal lowpass filter with cutoff frequency Fc=125 Hz. xa(t) x[n] w[n] v[n] y[n] 10 A/D H(ω)
Converter

Fx=1/Tx=2500

cos(0.8π)

Fy=1/Ty=250

4. Consider the signal x[n]=anu[n],‫׀‬a‫1<׀‬ a) Determine the spectra of X(ω). b) The signal x[n] is applied to a decimator that reduces the rate by factor of 2. Determine the output spectra. 5. Consider the two different way of cascading a decimator with interpolator shown in figure below: x[n] I D y1[n] x[n] D I y2[n]

I. II.

If D=I, show that the outputs of two configurations are different. Hence in general the two systems are not identical. Show that the two systems are identical if and only D and I are relatively prime.