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Consider the circuit shown in Figure P1.64. Find the

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Problem P1.64

Consider the circuit shown in Figure P1.64. Find the current iR flowing through the resistor. Find the power for each element in the circuit. Which elements are absorbing power? 2 A 10 V + iR 5 Figure P1.64

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Ch. 5 Sc. 5 - 7 Tuesday, March 1, 2016 11:45 AM Chapter 5 - FIR Filters Section 5 - Implementation of FIR filters - Three basic building blocks are needed to build FIR filters ○ Multiplier -  The impulse response is simply ○ Adder ○ Unit delay - We use block diagram notation to graphically represent complexstructures - For example, here is a feed forward difference equation's implementation - This is also a third-order FIR filter ○ The standard structure is called direct form - Every implementationhas a transposed form, too Section 6 - Linear-Time Invariant (LTI)Systems - Discusses two general properties of systems:linearity and time invariance - We first li

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