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P12.1

**Consider a lowpass filter with real frequency response H(w) as shown in Figure
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P12.1.

H(o)

1

3

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Figure P12.1

**(a) Which of the following properties does the filter impulse response have?
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(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

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(vi)

Real-valued

Complex-valued

Even

Odd

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Noncausal

**(b) Consider the filter input
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x(t)

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6 (t -

9n)

**Sketch and label the Fourier transform of the filter output y(t).
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(c) Determine the filter output for the input considered in part (b).

P12.2

**Consider the system shown in Figure P12.2-1, where the frequency response H(w)
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has magnitude and phase shown in Figure P12.2-2.

X1 (t)

+

H(co)

y(t)

X2 (t)

Figure P12.2-1

P12-1

where wi = 7r and C2 = 27r. + v. write an expression for y(t). P12. Sketch the magnitude and phase of H 1 (w).(r/3)].3-1 (a) Determine Hi(w).3-2 .(t) C vs(t) R vr(t) Figure P12. to vc.3-1.2-2 xi(t) = sin [wit + (7r/4)] and x 2(t) = 2 cos [w2 t . as shown in Figure P12. Vs(t) -- - i e)P2. the transfer function from v.3(t) Figure P12.3 Consider the first-order RC circuit shown in Figure P12.3-2.Signals and Systems P12-2 IH(w)| --4r 41T 4H(w) 2 Figure P12.

What is the corresponding cutoff frequency? P12.4 K . Sketch V(w)/V.4 Figure P12..Filtering / Problems P12-3 (b) Evaluate H 2 (W).3-4. as shown in Figure P12.3-3.4 shows the frequency response H(Q) of a discrete-time differentiator. (c) What are the cutoff frequencies for H1 (w). Determine the output signal y[n] as a function of 90 if the input x[n] is x[n] = cos [Qon + 0] |H( 2)| 4H(92) 71 - fI IT 2 Figure P12.) (d) Suppose we now consider the system shown in Figure P12. H 2(w)? (For this problem. the transfer function from vs to v.3-3 Sketch the magnitude and phase of H 2 (w). the cutoff frequency is defined as the frequency at which the magnitude of the frequency responses is 1/V2 times its maximum value.(w). s(t) i r(t) H2( P Figure P12.

we require that H(0) = 1. P12. or bandpass filter? Clearly give your reasoning. (b) Calculate the frequency responses H(Q) and H 2(Q) for systems 1 and 2 and plot their magnitudes for the range of 9 between . carefully noting where HI(Q) or H 2(Q) equals 1 or 0.1] System 2: y2[n] = x[nJ 2 . (i) Is system 1 a lowpass filter. Furthermore. or bandpass filter? (ii) Is system 2 a lowpass filter. Here we study this idea a little more closely.y. (6.2r and 2 1r. (a) Let 1 N y 1 [n] = 2N+ 1 x[n-k] Find the impulse response h[n].5 Consider the following two LTI systems System 1: y 1[n] = x[n] + x[n . highpass filter. (c) Plot IHI(O)| and |H2(Q)| on a linear scale.Signals and Systems P12-4 P12. (b) In eq.[n].7 We want to design a nonideal continuous-time lowpass filter with the specifications indicated in Figure P12. We are restricted to designing a filter with a transfer function of the form _K a + jw .x[n 2 (a) Without calculating the respective system functions determine the following.7.15) in the text (page 416). we find that Hi(Q) is given by 1 2N + 1 sn02N + 1 2 sn n . highpass filter. (d) What type of filter is H 2 ()? P12. sin Consider a new filter y 2[n] = x[n] . Find H 2 (Q).6 In the lecture we discussed the use of a moving average as a lowpass filter.

8 A causal LTI filter has the frequency response H(w) = -2jw.9-) where H.7 (a) Find K such that H(0) = 1. To focus on the insight behind this statement. (b) Find the range of values of a such that the resulting filters will meet the specifications in the figure. -r < <ir. Let h[n] denote the impulse response of the filter with frequency response H(Q) and hn] denote the impulse response of the filter with frequency response H. (P12.(Q).0 2 2 6 Figure P12. its impulse response must be of finite length and conse quently the difference equation must be nonrecursive.(Q) is real and even.wjw + 6) 1 (d) X(w) = .4 of the text that for a discrete-time filter to be causal and have exactly linear phase.w + 2 P12. (a) x(t) = e' t (b) x(t) = (sin wt)u(t) 1 (c) XMo) = . For each of the follow ing input signals.Filtering / Problems P12-5 1. determine the filtered output signal y(t).9 It was stated in Section 6.(Q)e -j. Thus. . we consider a particular case for which the slope of the phase is an integer. Optional Problems P12. the frequency response is assumed to be of the form H(Q) = H.

e. that is.1. we show a discrete-time system consisting of a parallel combi nation of N LTI filters with impulse response h.e. show the following. y[n] = x[n] for all n and any input x[n].9-2) (c) According to the result in part (b).10-1 (a) If ho[n] is an ideal discrete-time lowpass filter with frequency response HO(Q) as shown in Figure P12.9-1) imposes a symmetry in the impulse response. For any k.1 of the text (page 335).. hk[n] is related to hon] by the expression hk[n] = ej(27rnk/N)h 0[nI N -I y[n] - = E Yk [n k =0 Figure P12. . Show that if h[n] is causal and has the symmetry in eq.Signals and Systems P12-6 (a) By using the appropriate properties in Table 5. P12.1[n] for 9 in the range -7r < . . 1.9-1). it must be of finite length.[n - M] (b) Using the result in part (a). the linear phase characteristic in eq. i.10-2 in terms of N (0 <Q. (b) Determine the value of the cutoff frequency 9.[fn = h. (P12. that is.10-2.10 In Figure P12. then h[n] = 0. sketch the Fourier transforms of hi[n] and hN..[n] is symmetric about n = 0) (ii) h[n] = h. N . .9-2).[-n] (i.+7r. show that with H(Q) of the form in eq. .[n]. . (i) h. (P12. in Figure P12. h[n] is symmetric about n = M. n<0.10-2 is an identity system. h. k = 0.10-1. sr) such that the system of Figure P12. n>2M. h[M + n] = h[M - n] (P12. (P12.

(d) From your result in part (c).e. If h[n] denotes the impulse response of the entire system in Figure P12. P12. such that for any input x[n]. Your answer should not contain any sums.-1 -C02 ~1 W1 W2 Figure P12..10-1 with input x[n] and output y[n]. Determine and sketch r[n].11-2.11-2 Plot the resulting frequency response magnitude and phase for the following cases. determine a necessary and sufficient condition on ho[n] to ensure that the overall system will be an identity system (i.11 Consider the system in Figure P12. the output y[n] will be identical to x[n]).10-2 (c) Suppose that h[n] is no longer restricted to be an ideal lowpass filter. (a) a > 1 (b) 1 > a > 0 (c) a < 0 . + y(t) + x(t) G(w) Figure P12.11-1.Filtering / Problems P12-7 I1 1T Figure P12. then h[n] can be expressed in the form h[n] = r[n]ho[n]. G(o) .11-1 Let G(w) be real and have the form shown in Figure P12.

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