Represent a signal in a discrete time form and to be able to understand how to process it;

Characterize a DT system in DSP and its transfer function;

Analyze the system in Time plane, Z plane and frequency plane;

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Date of submission 26.12.2016

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1. Consider a casual system with input x[n]and output y[n]. If the input is given by

x[n]=3^(1-n) u[n]-4^(n+1) u[-n-1],

The output has a z-transform given by

Y(z)=(1+z^(-1)-z^(-2))/(1-1/3 z^(-1) )(1-4z^(-1) )

Determine the z-transform of the input x[n]. (10 Marks)

Find all possible choices for the impulse response of the system. (10 Marks)

2. In an image processing application a digital signal processing system is represented by

y(n)=med{x(n-3),x(n-2),x(n-1),x(n),x(n+1),x(n+2),x(n+3)}; where the operation med{} is given by the algorithm: arrange values in the ascending order and the answer is the middle value. For eg: med(5,3,9}=5. Whether the system is

Causal (3 Mark)

Linear (10 Marks)

time invariant system (7 Marks)

Justify your answers.

3. Two causal filters having frequency response H1(?)=1/(1-0.5e^(-j?) ) and H2(?)= (sin2?/sin0.5? e^(-j1.5?) )^2 . Compute the coefficients of h (n) where h (n) is the inverse DTFT of H(?). Let H(?)=1/2p [H1(?)*H2(?)]. (20 Marks)

4. a. The basic radix-2 FFT algorithms based on decimation-in-time are indicated in the text, Figures 5 and 6. For each of these eight flow-graphs indicate whether or not each of the following properties is true or not with necessary justifications.

Represents an in-place computation

Input is in normal order

Output is in normal order

Coefficients should be stored in bit-reversed order

Accessing of the data is identical for every array. (10 Marks)

b. If x(n)=[1,2,3,2,1,0,1,2] calculate FFT using the flow graph given in Figure 5. (10 Marks)

Figure 5

Figure 6

5. Consider the given sequences:

m[n]=u[n]-u[n-6],

p[n]=d[n]+2d[n-2]+d[n-4],

h[n]=m[n]*p[n]

Determine and sketch the sequence h[n]. (7 Marks)

Determine and sketch the sequence r[n] such that r[n]*m[n]=?_(k=-8)^(n-1)¦h[k] , (6 Marks)

Is h[-n]=m[-n]*p[-n]? Justify your answer. (7 Marks)

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