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ELEN3801 - Fall beginning of class Due Thursday November 6th at the 2009 Homework 9 (Mudd 233 9:30am

Due Thursday November 19th at the beginning of class 8.1 - Problem 4.4-2 from the textbook. 9:10am)1 example 4.15 on page 267. (Mudd 227 Hint: see Carefully justify ALL your answers 8.2 - Problem 4.5-1 from the textbook. 8.3 - 9.1 - Solve problem 4.5-1thethe textbook. Problem 4.6-2 from of textbook. 8.4 - Problem 5.1-2 from the textbook. 8.5 - Problem 5.1-3 from the textbook.
9.2 - Solve problem 4.6-2 of the textbook. 9.3 - Solve problem 5.1-3 of the textbook. 9.4 - Solve problem 5.1-2 of the textbook.

ELEN3801 Homework 8

8.6 - 9.5 - Sampling with a trainof pulses: When we proved the sampling the- theSampling with a train of pulses: When we proved the sampling orem we used a train of impulses to do the to do the sampling. problem we orem in class we used a train of impulses sampling. In this In this will question we will see what happenstrain of pulses. of pulses instead. Let see what happens if we use a if we use a train Let f (t) = sinc(200πt) flet = sinc(200πt), and let and (t) ∞ ∞ − 0.004n tt− 0.004k PTpTs (t) = (t) = rect rect , , s 0.0008 0.0008 k=−∞ n=−∞
be a train pulses. This signal depicted in in figure below. be a train of of pulses. This signal isis depicted the the figure below.
1 pTs (t) 0.8ms

0 4ms 8ms


Figure 1: A train of pulses.
a) Compute the Fourier series of pTs (t). ¯ b) What is the spectrum seriessampled signal f (t) = f (t)pTs (t)? Hint: Compute the Fourier of the of pTs (t). proceed as we did in class. ¯ What is the spectrum of the sampled signal f (t) = f (t)pTs (t)? ¯ c) Explain if we can recover f (t) from f (t). Hint: proceed as we did in class. ¯ d) If f (t) is passed through an ideal lowpass filter of bandwidth 100Hz Explain if we can recover the f (t) What is¯(t)?filter output if the and unit gain what is the output? from f the ¯(t) is passed Hz, where 100 < B < 150? filter of bandwidth If fbandwidth is B through an ideal lowpass What happens if B > 100 150?

(a) (b) (c) (d)

Hz and unit gain what is the output? What is the filter output if happens if B > 150? 1 You can always hand-in the homework earlier if you so desire - just give it in hand to me
Suggestion: See theis B Hz, where 100 < Bof the textbook. the bandwidth discussion on page 328-329 < 150? What
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Suggestion: See the discussion on page 328-329 of the textbook.