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UCLA

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING


Spring 2008

Your Name (LAST, Middle, First):————————————————–

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)

Consider the cascaded combination S12 of LTI,C systems S1 and S2 :

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

and its input is

x(t) = e−t U (t − 1) + cos(t), t ∈ (−∞, ∞)

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?

3 + 5cos(20t) → [S] → sin(20t + θ)

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
−∞

and z(t) = x(t)∗y(t) (∗ denotes convolution). Evaluate the following integral


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=−∞

(i)(5 pts) Write down Fourier series representation of x(t).

(ii)(5 pts) Find Fourier transform of x(t).

(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.

(iv)(5 pts) Write down Fourier series representation of y(t).

Find MSE when y(t) is approximated by:


2
X
y2 (t) = Yn einw0 t
n=−2

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(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).