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Assignment # 1

ITU (BSEE14)

(Publication Date: October 1, 2016)

Due Date: October 14, 2016 0830 hours (start of Friday S&S Lab)

Q1) Sketch the following signals. Clearly label both the axis:
0,
< 4
a) () = { + 2 , 4 < 3
2,
3
b) () = ( 1) () ().

0,
2
c) [] = {2 4, 2 < < 4
4 ,
4
d) [] = [ + 1] [] ()

FIG 2A.

FIG 2B.

Apply the following transformations and sketch the results:

i)
() = (2 + 1)
1

3+4
)
2

ii)

() = 2 (

iii)

() = 2[() ()]( 1)

Q3) Sample the given signal in Figure 3 using the following impulse
functions and sketch the results.
FIG 3.

(Hint: sampling is done by using the relation: ()())

1) Impulse/Sampling Function
F ==+
= ( ) ;
2) Impulse/sampling Function
F ==+
= ( );
Where, k = -5,-3, 0, 3, +5

Q4) From the given plots, determine the equation of the sketched signals in
terms of u(t) :
1.

2.

3.

Q5) Decompose the given signals into their even and odd parts. You should
also sketch the signal and its even and odd parts:
2(+3) ( + 3),
2(3) ( 3),

i)

() = {

ii)
iii)

2() ()

iv)

<0
0

Q6) Consider the signal f(t) below:

Express the following signals using only f(t) above and its time-shifted, time-scaled, and
time-inverted versions.

Sketch the following:

Q8).
a) Sketch a voltage signal () = || [( + 4) ( 3)] Volts.
b) Sketch a voltage signal () = 12() where () is the function from the previous problem.
c) Sketch a voltage signal () = (2) where () is function from part (a)
d) Sketch a voltage signal () = ( 2) where () is function from part (a)
e) Applying the voltage signal () across a 1000 resistor (as shown in the figure); sketch the function
() that describes the instantaneous power dissipation of the resistor (R)