28, 2012
Problem 1 O & W 3.22(b) Problem 2 O & W 3.25 Problem 3 O & W 3.28(a), For Figures P3.28 (a) and (c) only Problem 4 O & W 4.21 (c), (e) and (j) Problem 5 O & W 4.22 (a) and (d) Problem 6 O & W 4.26 (a)(iii) Problem 7 O & W 4.28 (b) with (iii) and (viii) only. Problem 8 O & W 4.32 (a) and (c)
Due: December 07, 2012
Problem 9 Consider a realvalued CT signal x(t). It is known that x(t) is periodic with a period of 10, so that ( ) ( ) for all t
The signal can also be viewed to be periodic with period of 30 and can be represented by the Fourier series with the assumed periodicity of 30, as follows ( ) ∑
(a) With the above information alone, is it possible to determine for some values k? if so, determine for those values of k. If not, briefly explain why it cannot be done. (b) Now, suppose we know that x(t) is given by ( ) √ ( )
As shown below.
Note that ( ) for
is exactly half of a circle with radius 5. Determine ∑

 .
(c) Suppose that ( ) is again given by the ( ) in part (b). Let ( transform of ( ). Sketch ( ) in terms of explicitly.
) denote the CT Fourier
Problem 10 Let X ( j ) denote the Fourier transform of the signal x(t ) as shown in Figure 4. Use the Fourier transform properties to complete all of the following parts without explicitly evaluating the Fourier transform. (a) Evaluate X (0) . (b) Evaluate (c) Evaluate (d) Evaluate
X ( j )d .
X ( j ) 2 sin
2
e j 2 d .
X ( j ) d .
(e) Sketch the inverse Fourier transform of Re{ X ( j)} .
x(t)
2
1
3
2
1
0
1
t
Problem 11 1. Find the V(jω) for v(t) in the following figures. Then sketch V ( j ) taking << T.
v(t)
A
2A A
t 2T v(t) 2 0 2T
2.
/3 2/3 t
Problem 12 Consider two linear time invariant systems (System A and System B) whose frequency responses ( ) ( ( ) ) are given by ( ) {  
(
)
{
 
In sketching the functions below, label the axis (time and amplitude) and show the values at significant events. (a) Determine and sketch the impulse response of System A, ( ). (b) Approximately sketch the step response, ( ), of System A. Note that you do not have to determine ( ). (c) Express ( ), the step response of System B, in terms of ( ), the step response of System A.
Reminder: The ﬁrst 20 problems in each chapter of O&W have answers included at the end of the text. Consider using these for additional practice, either now or as you study for Final Exam.