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HOMEWORK 1

Problem 1: This problem is composed of two independent parts.

t a) Suppose the input signal x(t) = 2sinc 2 is passed through a linear time invariant system with impulse response h(t) = sinc(t). Determine the output of the system y(t) and compute its energy and power.

b) Suppose that the signal x(t) = 4 cos(πt)+sin(4πt) is an input to a system with impulse response h(t) = sinc(2t). Determine the power spectral density and the power of the output signal. Problem 2: This problem is composed of three independent parts. a) Use convolution theorem to show that sinc(t) ∗ sinc(t) = sinc(t). b) Use Parseval’s theorem to compute the following.

∞

ma =

−∞

sinc(t)sinc(at) dt,

where a is a real valued constant. Sketch ma as a function of a. c) Can the response of an LTI system to x(t) = sinc(t) be y(t) = sinc2 (t)? Justify your answer. Problem 3: Suppose the response of an LTI system to rect(t) be Λ(t) = (1 − |t|)rect(t/2). a) Can you ﬁnd the response of this system to x(t) = cos(2πt) from the information provided? Justify your answer. b) Show that h1 (t) = rect(t) and h2 (t) = rect(t) + cos(2πt) can both be the impulse response of this system. c) Based on your answers above, what conditions must the input x(t) satisfy in general so that the system can be uniquely determined by knowing its corresponding output? Problem 4: Consider the periodic signal with period T depicted in the ﬁgure below. a) Determine analytically the Fourier series coeﬃcients (xn ) of the signal. 1

Comment on what you ˜ observe as the number of harmonics increases. 2 . 25. 50. Submit a printout of the Matlab code you have written in the appendix of your submission. 25.12 from the textbook. Comment on what you observe as N (number of ˜ harmonics) increases. Problem 5: Problem 2. 10. plot four periods of xN (t) for N = 5.1 from the textbook.x(t) 2 … -T/2 -T/4 1 … T/4 T/2 t b) Compute analytically the power of x(t). xN (t) for N = 5. 50. Problem 6: Problem 2. d) Using Matlab compute the percentage of power of x(t) contained in the approximate signal you obtained in part c). Problem 7: Problem 2. Submit a printout of the Matlab code you have written in the appendix.10 from the textbook. Using Matlab and result of part a). 10. c) Deﬁne the approximate signal N xN (t) = ˜ n=−N xn ej2π T t n where T is the period of the signal.

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