Prof. Rich Kozick
ELEC 320, Fall 1997
Wednesday, September 24, 1997
Friday, September 26, 1997
Please continue reading Chapter 3, Sections 3.3 and 3.4. Also review Section 1.2 on signals, with particular attention to the impulse function delta(t), step function u(t), and time-shifted signals.
Please show me a draft you your lab report this week. The final report will be due on
Tuesday, September 30
Quiz 2 will be on Friday, October 3. This is a change from the scheduled date of Monday, September 29.
Please do the discrete-time convolution problems listed in items 4 and 5 on the
For the function x(t) shown below, sketch x(t - 3), x(t + 3), x(-t), x(-t - 3), and x(-t + 3). Also sketch x(a - t) for an arbitrary number a.
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Please try part (a) of Problem 3.15 in the text. Do your best on this, and we will discuss this problem and do other examples of continuous-time convolution in class on Friday.
You do not have to hand anything in for this problem on Friday.