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# Signals and Systems

Assignment 5
Due Date: 11th October, 2014
October 1, 2014
Question 1
Analytical Signals
A signal which has no negative frequency component is known as analytic signal.
Analytic signals have various interesting properties which makes them attractive
for signal processing. This exercise aims at studying a few of these properties.
Consider the function sinc(t)
What are the zero crossings of sinc(t).(At what point does sinc(t) become
zero)
Take the Fourier transform of sinc(t), what is its support
Make the negative part of Fourier transform zero and take inverse trans-
form of the resulting signal. How is it related to the original signal w.r.t
properties such as phase, magnitude, symmetry, zero crossings etc.
repeat similar analysis for sin(t)
Question 2
Fourier Transform
Determine the Fourier Transform of following.
e
3|2t5|
(2t 1)e
3(t2)
sin(3t)u(t 1)
1

x(t) =

0 elsewhere

x(t) =

1 + t 1 < t < 0
1 t 0 < t < 1
0 otherwise
Given,

e
t
2
dt =

## , nd the F.T of Gaussian function with zero

mean and variance
1

## . How does the function and its F.T compare ?

Question 3
Fourier Transform Properties
Given two signals x(t) and y(t) such that, x(t)
F.T
X(j), y(t)
F.T

## Y (j) where F.T denotes the Fourier transform. Show that

x(t)y

(t)dt =

X(j)Y (j)d
Using Fourier Transform properties, show that

0
dt
1 + t
2
=

2
Evaluate,

t
2

sin(t)
t

4
dt
What relation does Fourier transform of f(t) follow if, f(t) = f(2t) +
f(2t 1)
Question 4
Fourier Transform Interpretation
For Time domain signal shown in gure 1, without computing Fourier
Transform.
Find

X(j)
Find X(0)

X(j)d
Evaluate,

X(j)
2sin()

e
j2
d
Evaluate,

|X(j)|
2
2
Sketch inverse Fourier transform of Re {X(j)}
Without explicitly computing Fourier Transform of signal x
2
(t) (gure 2),
repeat the analysis of previous question accompanied by proper explana-
tions for x
2
(t).
Figure 1: x
1
(t)
Figure 2: x
2
(t)
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