- 3.3.1: A continuous-time periodic signal x(t) is real valued and has a fun...
- 3.3.2: A discrete-time periodic signal x[n] is real valued and has a funda...
- 3.3.3: For the continuous-time periodic signal (27T ) . (57T ) x(t) = 2 +c...
- 3.3.4: Use the Fourier series analysis equation (3.39) to calculate the co...
- 3.3.5: Let x1 (t) be a continuous-time periodic signal with fundamental fr...
- 3.3.6: Consider three continuous-time periodic signals whose Fourier serie...
- 3.3.7: Suppose the periodic signal x(t) has fundamental period T and Fouri...
- 3.3.8: Suppose we are given the following information about a signal x(t):...
- 3.3.9: Use the analysis equation (3.95) to evaluate the numerical values o...
- 3.3.11: Suppose we are given the following information about a signal x[n]:...
- 3.3.12: Each of the two sequences Xt [n] and x2[n] has a period N = 4, and ...
- 3.3.13: Consider a continuous-time LTI system whose frequency response is I...
- 3.3.14: When the impulse train x[n] = L o[n - 4k] k=-X is the input to a pa...
- 3.3.15: Consider a continuous-time ideallowpass filterS whose frequency res...
- 3.3.16: Determine the output of the filter shown in Figure P3.16 for the fo...
- 3.3.17: Consider three continuous-time systems S1, S2, and S3 whose respons...
- 3.3.18: Consider three discrete-time systems S1, S2, and S3 whose respectiv...
- 3.3.19: Consider a causal LTI system implemented as the RL circuit shown in...
- 3.3.21: A continuous-time periodic signal x(t) is real valued and has a fun...
- 3.3.22: Determine the Fourier series representations for the following sign...
- 3.3.23: In each of the following, we specify the Fourier series coefficient...
- 3.3.24: Let x(t) = { i-t, be a periodic signal with fundamental period T = ...
- 3.3.25: Consider the following three continuous-time signals with a fundame...
- 3.3.26: Let x(t) be a periodic signal whose Fourier series coefficients are...
- 3.3.27: A discrete-time periodic signal x[n] is real valued and has a funda...
- 3.3.28: Determine the Fourier series coefficients for each of the following...
- 3.3.29: In each of the following, we specify the Fourier series coefficient...
- 3.3.31: Let x[n] = { ~: be a periodic signal with fundamental period N = 10...
- 3.3.32: Consider the signal x[ n] depicted in Figure P3.32. This signal is ...
- 3.3.33: Consider a causal continuous-time LTI system whose input x(t) and o...
- 3.3.34: Consider a continuous-time LTI system with impulse response l h(t) ...
- 3.3.35: Consider a continuous-time LTI system S whose frequency response is...
- 3.3.36: Consider a causal discrete-time LTI system whose input x[n] and out...
- 3.3.37: Consider a discrete-time LTI system with impulse response ( l ~nl h...
- 3.3.38: Consider a discrete-time LTI system with impulse response { 1, h[n]...
- 3.3.39: Consider a discrete-time LTI system S whose frequency response is H...
- 3.3.41: Suppose we are given the following information about a continuous-t...
- 3.3.42: Let x(t) be a real-valued signal with fundamental period T and Four...
- 3.3.43: (a) A continuous-time periodic signal x(t) with period Tis said to ...
- 3.3.44: Suppose we are given the following information about a signal x(t):...
- 3.3.45: Let x(t) be a real periodic signal with Fourier series representati...
- 3.3.46: In this problem, we derive two important properties of the continuo...
- 3.3.47: Consider the signal x(t) = cos 27T't. Since x(t) is periodic with a...
- 3.3.48: Let x[n] be a periodic sequence with period N and Fourier series re...
- 3.3.49: Let x[n] be a periodic sequence with period N and Fourier series re...
- 3.3.51: Let x[n] be a periodic signal with period N = 8 and Fourier series ...
- 3.3.52: x[n] is a real periodic signal with period N and complex Fourier se...
- 3.3.53: Let x[n] be a real periodic signal with period N and Fourier coeffi...
- 3.3.54: Consider the function N-1 a[k] = L ej(21TIN)kn. n=O (a) Show that a...
- 3.3.55: Let x[n] be a periodic signal with fundamental period N and Fourier...
- 3.3.56: Let x[n] be a periodic signal with period N and Fourier coefficient...
- 3.3.57: (a) Let N-1 x[n] = L akejk(27r!N)n (P3.57-1) k=O and N-1 y[n] = L b...
- 3.3.58: Let x[n] and y[n] be periodic signals with common period N, and let...
- 3.3.59: (a) Suppose x[n] is a periodic signal with period N. Show that the ...
- 3.3.61: As we have seen, the techniques of Fourier analysis are of value in...
- 3.3.62: One technique for building a de power supply is to take an ac signa...
- 3.3.63: Suppose that a continuous-time periodic signal is the input to an L...
- 3.3.64: As we have seen in this chapter, the concept of an eigenfunction is...
- 3.3.65: Two functions u(t) and v(t) are said to be orthogonal over the inte...
- 3.3.66: The purpose of this problem is to show that the representation of a...
- 3.3.67: As we discussed in the text, the origins of Fourier analysis can be...
- 3.3.68: Consider the closed contour shown in Figure P3.68. As illustrated, ...
- 3.3.69: In this problem, we consider the discrete-time counterpart of the c...
- 3.3.71: Consider the mechanical system shown in Figure P3.71. The different...

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