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Question 1 (9 points) Given a recursive system depicted in ...

Question 1 (9 points) Given a recursive system depicted in the figure below. x (n) y(n) + -3/4 Z 1 (a) 1p Write down the difference equation describing the system. (b) 1p What is the impulse response of the system? Suppose that the system is implemented with fixed-point arithmetic based on ...

1. Consider a C.T. system below. (Assume all initial conditi...

1. Consider a C.T. system below. (Assume all initial conditions are zero). (a) Find transfer function, H(s), for the system. (include all detailed steps, no points for just the answer). dt2 + 4 dt (b) State Response, y2s(1) when the system when input just signal the answer). is x(t) Find = Zero...

Question 1 (12 points) (Show all your work) A digital lin...

Question 1 (12 points) (Show all your work) A digital linear time-invariant filter has the the following transfer function: 5+5z-¹ (1-25-1)(1+)2 [z| > 1/2 a) Is this filter an IIR or FIR? Explain. (1 point) b) What is the order of this filter? (1 point) c) Is this filter stabl...

Question 35 pts Consider nanti-causa LTI System with The t...

Question 35 pts Consider nanti-causa LTI System with The transfer function has a second orde zero at = 0 and vo poles at z = : Ilmighibe helpluito draw the pole-zero clagra a)Determine H(z). Include the ROC b) Determine the impulse response system c) Is th system stable? d) Determine the outp...

Part A Instructions Answer All 4 questions from Part A ...

Part A Instructions Answer All 4 questions from Part A Each question in Part A carries 10 Marks. Total marks available in Part A are 40 Marks. Question A.1 Find the Discrete Fourier Transform of the sequence π₯(π)= [1,2,4,5]. The Discrete Fourier Transform of π₯(π) is: π...

The console you will be working on for your assignment is a ...

The console you will be working on for your assignment is a classic in-line analog console with the following I/O controls and specifications: - Mic Preamp/Trim - Small Fader - Large Fader - Large Channel Input Trim - Small Channel Stereo Pan Pot - Large Channel Stereo Pan Pot - VU Meter - L...

Answer each question to the best of your ability. You may us...

Answer each question to the best of your ability. You may use a calculator and/or any reference materials. Please show all work - partial credit may be awarded. Answer all questions using specified units when applicable. 1. Study the gain structure below and show the signal level at each stage. Sh...

Now it's your turn. Please calculate the following: 1. In a...

Now it's your turn. Please calculate the following: 1. In acoustics, the threshold of pain is approximately 120 dB SPL. How much pressure is this, in pascals? 2. Using a VOM (volt-ohm meter), you measure a 0.13 volt signal. How would you express this quantity in dBu? dBV? dBu? 3. Express -4 dBu...

Please post your calculations (show your work!) 1. antilog1...

Please post your calculations (show your work!) 1. antilog10 301 = [Hint: antilog is the reverse function of a log, or 10*] 2. antilog10 1.301 - [Hint: use the exponents law: log ax X log as = log ax+y Now, using log10 2 .3, calculate the following without using a calculator or log table. 3. ...

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