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Signals & Systems B38SA - FAKE EXAM 2015

Prof. Y. Wiaux
Notes:
You must solve QUESTION 1 and QUESTION 2.
You can choose to solve either QUESTION 3 or QUESTION 4.

QUESTION 1 - Chapters 1 and 2 - 25 Marks

Note: You MUST solve this question.

1.1

(5 marks)

Equation (1) represents the input-output relationship of a system where x(t) is the input signal and y(t) is the output
signal. Define the linearity property of a system and prove that the system described in Equation (1) is linear.
(D2 + 3D + 2)y(t) = 2x(t)

1.2

(1)

(5 marks)

Express the total response of an LTIC system in term of the zero-input response y0 (t), the unit impulse response h(t)
and the input signal x(t). Find the characteristic equation, the characteristic roots and the characteristic modes of the
system described in Equation (1).

1.3

(5 marks)

Find the zero-input response of the system described in Equation(1) when the initial conditions are y(0) = 0, y(0)

= 4.

1.4

(5 marks)

Find the unit impulse response h(t) of the system represented in Equation (1).

1.5

(5 marks)

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Signals & Systems B38SA - FAKE EXAM 2015


Prof. Y. Wiaux

QUESTION 2 - Chapter 4 - 25 Marks

Note: You MUST solve this question.

2.1

(5 marks)

Explain the difference between the Bilateral and Unilateral Laplace transforms. Define the Laplace transform of the
Dirac delta function (t) and the unit step function u(t).

2.2

(5 marks)

Apply the Laplace transform operator to solve:


dy(t)
2y(t) = e3t ,
dt

(2)

for the initial condition of y(0) = 5.

2.3

(5 marks)

Prove the following time convolution property of the Laplace transform: L(x1 (t) x2 (t)) = X1 (s)X2 (s). Show that
in the Laplace transform domain, the transfer function of an ideal delay of T seconds is e(sT ) .

2.4

(5 marks)

Obtain the Bode plot of the system given by the following transfer function and qualify the filter that this transfer
function represents:
1
H(s) =
.
(3)
2s + 1

2.5

(5 marks)

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Prof. Y. Wiaux

QUESTION 3 - Chapters 6 and 7, and 8 (sampling theorem) - 25 Marks

Note: You can CHOOSE one question to solve between this question and QUESTION 4.

3.1

(5 marks)

P
jn0 t
A periodic signal x(t) can be expressed in terms of an exponential Fourier series as x(t) =
n= Dn e
R
1
jn0 t
with Dn = T0 T0 x(t)e
dt. Apply Eulers formula to find the exponential Fourier series for a signal x(t) =
cos 2t sin 8t. Sketch the amplitude and phase spectra.

3.2

(5 marks)

R
The Fourier transform of an aperiodic signal x(t) is defined as X() = x(t)ejt dt. Show that x(t)ej0 t
X( 0 ). Given the Fourier transform relationship rect( t ) sinc(
2 ), find the Fourier transform of the
modulated signal: x(t) cos(20t) in which x(t) is a gate pulse rect( 8t ). Sketch the amplitude spectrum of X().
According to the result, what is the effect of modulation?

3.3

(5 marks)

Demonstrate the inverse Fourier transform of rect( 2W


) and use your answer to find the inverse Fourier transform of
2
+2
X() = rect( 2 ) + rect( 2 ).

3.4

(5 marks)

P
The sampled signal can be expressed as: x
(t) = x(t)T (t) = n x(nT )(t nT ). In order to evaluate its Fourier
transform,first, find the exponential Fourier series of the impulse train T (t) and then figure out the Fourier transform
of the sampled signal x
(t). Can you determine the criterion of the sampling theorem in order to reconstruct the original
signal from its samples without any error?

3.5

(5 marks)

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Prof. Y. Wiaux

QUESTION 4 - Chapters 6 and 7, and 8 (sampling theorem) - 25 Marks

Note: You can CHOOSE one question to solve between this question and QUESTION 3.

4.1

(5 marks)

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4.2

(5 marks)

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4.3

(5 marks)

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4.4

(5 marks)

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4.5

(5 marks)

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