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# UCLA

Spring 2008

## EE102: SYSTEMS & SIGNALS

FINAL EXAMINATION
June 13, 2008

## Table 1: Points per problem (Total 100)

Problem part (i) part (ii) part (iii) part (iv)
1 10 10 10
2 10
3 5
4 5
5 5 5 5 5
6 5 5 5 5
7 5 5

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(Question 1)(30pts)

## x(t) → [S1 ] → [S2 ] → z(t)

where
x(t) = U (t)
and
z(t) = [cos(t) + 2sin(t) − e−t/2 ]U (t)
(i)(10 pts) Compute the system function H12 (s) of the cascaded system.
Now, suppose that the systems S1 is described by the IPOP relation:
Z
1 t − 1 (t−σ)
y(t) = x(t) − e 2 x(σ)dσ, t > −∞
2 −∞

## Find the IRF h2 (t) of S2 .

(ii)(10 pts) Derive the FRF H2 (iw) of system S2 –from its System Function
H2 (s)– if possible. If it is NOT possible, what would you do?
Now given:

## x(t) = 1 + sin(2t) → [S2 ] → y(t)

Find output y(t) for t ∈ (−∞, ∞).

## (iii)(10 pts) Consider

v(t) → [S1 ] → w(t)
where S1 is described in part (i) and

## v(t) = e2t , t < 0,

and
v(t) = e−2t , t ≥ 0.
Your problem is to find the output w(t)–by any method which you are most
comfortable with.

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(Question 2)(10 points) The system function H(s) of LTI,C is
s
H(s) =
s+1

## Find the corresponding output y(t).

(Question 3)(5 points) Assume the S is a LTI system with IRF h(t).
Is it possible to have the following situation?

## Explain why/why not.

(Question 4)(5 points) If signals x(t), y(t), z(t) are such that
Z ∞
x(t)dt = A
−∞
Z ∞
y(t)dt = B
−∞

Z ∞
z(t)dt =?
−∞

## for given A and B.

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(Question 5)(20 points)Let x(t) be the periodic signal defined as:

X
x(t) = (δ(t − nT ) − 0.5δ(t − nT − 0.5))
n=−∞

## (iii)(5 pts) The x(t) is applied to the LTI-C system described by

dy(t)
+ 2y(t) = 2x(t), y(0) = 0 = x(0).
dt
Find the output y(t) in closed form. Hint: Use the fact that output is also
periodic signal. Thus, you should compute y(t) only in one period.

## Find MSE when y(t) is approximated by:

2
X
y2 (t) = Yn einw0 t
n=−2

4
(Question 6)(20 points)Consider a LTI system S with IPOP relation:
Z t+1 Z t
y(t) = x(τ )dτ − x(τ )dτ.
t t−1

## (i)(5 pts) Find IRF h(t) of system S . Also, sketch h(t).

(ii)(5 pts) Find frequency response function H(iw) of system S.
(iii)(5 pts) If input is
x1 (t) = cos(πt − 1)
find the corresponding output y1 (t).
(iv)(5 pts) Given the input

X
x2 (t) = e−|t−n| cos(t − n),
n=−∞

## Show that x2 (t) is periodic and find its period.

Find the output y2 (t) due to input x2 (t).

## (Question 7)(10 points) The signal x(t) = cos(200πt)cos(1000πt) is sam-

pled by multiplying it with

X
p(t) = δ(t − nT )
n=−∞

## Sampling period is denoted by T .

(i)(5 pts)
If 1/T = 2000 Hz, sketch the magnitude spectrum of xsampled (t) = x(t)p(t).
Is it possible to perfectly reconstruct x(t) from xsampled (t)?

If 1/T= 900 Hz, sketch the magnitude spectrum of xsampled (t) = x(t)p(t).
Is it possible to perfectly reconstruct x(t) from xsampled (t)?

## What is the maximum sampling period T that provides perfect reconstruction

of x(t) from xsampled (t)?
(ii)(5 pts)For sampling period that provides perfect reconstruction, suggest
the Frequency Response Function (FRF) of the reconstruction filter H(iw).