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Given a discrete time signal x[k] defined by x[k] = 1, for 2 ≤ k ≤ 2 and 0, for k > 2. Then, y[k] = x[3k  2] is ______________
y[k] = x [3k2]
Now, y [0] = x [2] = 1
Or, y [1] = x [1] = 1
Or, y [2] = x [4] = 0
∴ y[k] = 1, for k = 0, 1 and 0 otherwise.
A discrete time signal is given as X [n] The period of the signal X [n] is ______________
Given that, N_{1} = 18, N_{2} = 14
We know that period of X [n] (say N) = LCM (N_{1}, N_{2})
∴ Period of X [n] = LCM (18, 14) = 126.
F(t) and G(t) are the onesided ztransforms of discrete time functions f(nt) and g(nt), the ztransform of ∑f(kt)g(ntkt) is given by _____________
Given that F (t) and G (t) are the onesided ztransforms.
Also, f (nt) and g (nt) are discrete time functions, which means that property of Linearity, time shifting and time scaling will be similar to that of continuous Fourier transform. Since, for a continuous Fourier transform, the value of ∑f(kt)g(ntkt) is given by∑f(nt)g(nt)z^{n}.
∴ ztransform of ∑f(kt)g(ntkt) is given by∑f(nt)g(nt)z^{n}.
A Discrete signal is said to be even or symmetric if X(n) is equal to __________
We know that any signal be it discrete or continuous is said to be even or symmetric when that signal f(x) = f (x). Here given signal is X (n). It is a discrete time signal. So, the signal will be even symmetric if X (n) = X (n).
A discrete time signal is as given below
The period of the signal X [n] is _____________
Given that, N_{1} = 4, N_{2} = 16, N_{3} = 8
We know that period of X [n] (say N) = LCM (N_{1}, N_{2}, N_{3})
∴ Period of X [n] = LCM (4, 16, 8) = 16.
The time system which operates with a continuous time signal and produces a continuous time output signal is _________
DTF System operates with a discrete signal, on the other hand time invariant system is a system whose output does not depend explicitly on time. For continuous time system, the inputs as well as output both are CT signals.
What is the steady state value of The DT signal F (t), if it is known that F(s)
The steady state value of the DT signal F(s) exists since all poles of the given Laplace transform have negative real part.
∴F (∞) = lim_{s→0} s F(s)
= 0.
A discrete time signal is as given below X [n] = cos (n/8) cos (πn/8)
The period of the signal X [n] is _____________
We know that for X [n] = X_{1} [n] × X_{2} [n] to be periodic, both X_{1} [n] and X_{2} [n] should be periodic with finite periods.
Here X_{2} [n] = cos (πn/8), is periodic with fundamental period as 8/n
But X1 [n] = cos (n/8) is non periodic.
∴ X [n] is a nonperiodic signal.
The system described by the difference equation y(n) – 2y(n1) + y(n2) = X(n) – X(n1) has y(n) = 0 and n<0. If x (n) = δ(n), then y (z) will be?
Given equation = y (n) – 2y (n1) + y (n2) = X (n) – X (n1) has y (n) = 0
For n = 0, y (0)2y (1) + y (2) = x (0) – x (1)
∴ y(0) = x(0) – x(1)
Or, y (n) = 0 for n<0
For n=1, y (1) = 2y (0) + y (1) = x (1) – x (0)
Or, y (1) = x (1) – x (0) + 2x (0) – 2x (1)
Or, y (1) = x (1) +x (0) – 2x (1)
For n=2, y (2) = x (2) – x (1) + 2y (1) – y (0)
Or, y(2) = x(2) – x(1) + 2x(1) + 2x(0) – 4x(1) – x(0) + x(1)
∴y (2) = d (2) + d (1) + d (0) – 3d (1).
The Nyquist frequency for the signal x (t) = 3 cos 50πt + 10 sin 300πt – cos 100t is ___________
We know that Nyquist frequency is twice the maximum frequency, i.e. f_{s} = 2 f_{m}.
The maximum frequency present in the signal is ω_{m} = 300 π or f_{m} = 150 Hz. Therefore the Nyquist frequency f_{s} = 2 f_{m} = 300 Hz.
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