ELEC 320, Fall 1998
Prof. Rich Kozick
Date Assigned: Wednesday, September 16, 1998
Date Due: Friday, September 18, 1998
- We will continue to work on
Lab 1 for one more week
(through Tuesday, September 22).
Then individual lab reports will be due at 9 AM on
Monday, September 28.
I would strongly suggest that you submit a rough draft
of your report next week so that I can give you some feedback.
Guidelines for the lab report are listed on the
Lab 1 assignment sheet,
but you should present your filter designs,
analyze the frequency response (including the derivation
of the cutoff frequency), and present your measured data on Bode
Your report should discuss how well you achieved each filter
That is, you should compare the measured gains and cutoff frequencies
with the specified values.
- Please submit solutions to items 1 and 3 from
Homework 6 on Friday.
- Please solve problem 1.34 in the text using MATLAB.
Plotting discrete-time signals
with the stem command
is discussed in Section 1.3 of the text.
A sample MATLAB program that solves part (a) of problem 1.34
is available at
Rather than submitting your program on paper, please
send it to me by email.
(If the file is named foo.m, the it can be
sent to me via email by typing mail kozick < foo.m
at the UNIX prompt.)
I will then run your
program in my account and view the plots.
Try to do all of the work in one or two ".m" files.
A plot can be produced in a second window using the command
figure(2) before the plot or
A third plot can be created in a new window using
Please submit your answers to the questions in the text on paper.
There is no need to print any of the plots produced
by your program.
- Continue reading Chapter 2, Sections 2.1, 2.2, and