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II B.Tech I Semester Regular Examinations,Nov/Dec 2009 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS Common to BME, ETM, E.CONT.E, EIE, ECE Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks

1. (a) With the help of graphical example explain sampling theorem for Band limited signals. (b) Explain briey Band pass sampling. 2. (a) State and prove the properties of Laplace transforms. (b) Derive the relation between Laplace transform and Fourier transform of signal. [8+8] 3. (a) For the following signal, nd the power, rms value and sketch the PSD. A Cos 40t + B Sin 60t. (b) If the waveform V(t) has the Fourier Transform V(f), then show that the waveform delayed by time td i.e V(t-td ) has the transform of V(f).ejwtd . 4. (a) Consider an LTI system with input and output related through the equation.
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e(t ) x( 2)d What is the impulse response h(t) for this system.

(b) Determine the response of this system when the input x(t) is as shown in gure 4b.

Figure 4b (c) Consider the inter connection of LTI system depicted in gure 4c.

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Figure 4c Here h(t) is an in part (a). Determine the output y(t) when input x(t) is again given gure above, using the convolution integral. [5+5+6] 5. (a) Derive Parsevals theorem from the frequency convolution property. (b) Find the cross correlation between [u(t) + u(t- )] and et u(t). [8+8]

6. (a) A periodic waveform is formed by eliminating the alternate cycle of a Sinusoidal waveform as shown in gure 6a.

Figure 6a i. Find the Fourier series (exponential) by direct evaluation of the coecients. ii. If the waveform is shifted to the left by seconds, the new waveform f(t+ ) is odd function of the time whose Fourier series contains only sine terms. Find the Fourier series of f(t+ ). From this series, write down the Fourier series for f(t). [8+8] 7. (a) The two periodic functions f1 (t) and f2 (t) with zero dc components have ar bitrary waveforms with periods T and 2T respectively. Show that the component in f1 (t) of waveform f2 (t) is zero in the interval (- < t < a ). (b) complex Sinusoidal signal x(t) has the following components. Re{x(t)} = xR (t) = ACos( t+) Im {x(t)} = xI (t) = ASin( t+) 2 The amplitude of x(t) is given by the square root of x2 R (t) + xI (t). Show that this amplitude equals A and is therefore independent of the phase angle . [8+8] 2

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8. Using the method indicated, determine the sequence that goes with each of the following Z transforms: (a) partial fractions: 2z 1 , and x[n] is absolutely summable. X (z ) = 1 + 15 ( 2 z 1 z2 ) (b) Long division: 1 1 z 1 X (z ) = 1 + 2 , and x[n] is right sided. 1 1 z
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(c) Partial fractions: 3 X (z ) = z 1 1 1 , and x[n] is absolutely summable. z


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