A certain digital system produces logic signals at location A that are transmitted to a second part of the system at location B. The logic circuits in use have VIH = 3.7 V, VIL = 2.2 V, VOH = 4.7 V, and VOL = 0.5 V. Noise voltages in the range from 0.3 V to +0.6 V are added to the logic signals as they travel from location A to location B. Is this system reliable? Why or why not? What is the most extreme range of noise voltages for which the system is reliable?

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