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# Code No: 52208/MT

NR
M.Tech. – II Semester Regular Examinations, September, 2008

(Common to Power Electronics & Electric Drives/
Electrical Power Systems/ Power & Industrial Drives/
Power Electronics/ Electrical Power Engineering)

Time: 3hours Max. Marks:60

All questions carry equal marks
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1.a) Explain with examples the design of optimum FIR filters and delay
equalized elliptic filters.
b) Determine the Least square FIR inverse of length 3 to the system
with impulse response.

2.a) Compare IIR and FIR filters.
b) Using bilinear transformation method, design a low pass derived
from a second-order Butterworth analog filter with a 3 dB cutoff
frequency of 100Hz. The sampling rate is 1000Hz.

3.a) Explain Bartlett window.
b) Design a low-pass FIR filter length 7 with a linear phase to
approximate ideal low-pass filter.
H ( e j w ) = { 10 ffoo rr ||ww ||≤> 33 rroa dd // sseecc
Use Hamming window.

4.a) Determine the DFT of the sequence of (n) which is a product of two
sequences given as x(n)=u(n)-u(n-5), h(n)=u(n)-u(n-2).
b) Determine the N-point DFT of the following length-N sequence
defined for
0 ≤ n ≤ N − 1 xa [n]sin(2π n / N )
5.a) Explain the generalized Rome ZFIR filter design.
b) What is a tunable FIR filter? Explain various steps involved in the
design of a Tunable low pass FIR filter.

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6.a) Explain the quantization of fixed-point numbers.
b) Explain quantization noise model.

7.a) Determine the power spectra for the random process generated by
the following deference equation
x(n)=-0.81 x(n-2)+w(n)-w(n-1)
where w(n) is a white noise process with variance σw2.
b) Explain how periodogram will be useful in non-parametric spectral
Analysis.

8. Consider the linear system described by the difference equation:
y(n)=0.8y(n-1)+x(n)+x(n-1)
Where x(n) is a wide-sense stationary random process with zero
mean and autocorrelation.
rxx (m) = (1/ 2)( m )
a) Determine the power density spectrum of the output y(n)
b) Determine the autocorrelation ryy(m) of the output
c) Determine the variance σ2y of the output.

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