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# Saint Louis University

## School of Engineering and Architecture

Department of Electronics Engineering

ACTIVITY NO 3:
Classifications of Signals

Submitted by:
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.

Submitted to:
Engr. Flores

Schedule:
1:00-4:00 Wednesday
Date Submitted:
02/21/2018
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.

I) Objectives
- To know the different classification of signals.
- To determine the difference of energy content and power content.
- To apply the basic concepts in signals.
II) Problem
- Classify the following signals and determine the corresponding energy
content and power content.
III) Solutions and Results

Signal No. 1:

Program:
x1=-6:-4 ; y1=x1*0-1 ;
x2=-4:-2 ; y2=x2*0+1 ;
x3=-2:0 ; y3=x3*0-1 ;
x4=0:2 ; y4=x4*0+1 ;
x5=2:4 ; y5=x5*0-1 ;
x6=4:6 ; y6=x6*0+1 ;
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.

x=[x1 x2 x3 x4 x5 x6] ;
y=[y1 y2 y3 y4 y5 y6] ;
plot2d(x,y)
xtitle("Signal no. 1","Time","Ammplitude")

Classification:
Continuous, Deterministic, Periodic, Odd Signal

Energy Content:

E = ∫ 𝑥 2 (𝑡) 𝑑𝑡
−∞
E=∞

Power Content:
1 𝑇 2
P = lim ∫ 𝑥 (𝑡) 𝑑𝑡
𝑇→∞ 2𝑇 −𝑇
P=2

Signal No. 2:
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.

Program:
x1=-1:1 ; y1=x1*0+4 ;
x2=1:3 ; y2=x2*0 ;
x3=3:5 ; y3=x3*0+4 ;
x4=5:7 ; y4=x4*0 ;
x5=-5:-3 ; y5=x5*0+4 ;
x6=-3:-1 ; y6=x6*0 ;
x=[x5 x6 x1 x2 x3 x4] ;
y=[y5 y6 y1 y2 y3 y4] ;
plot2d(x,y);
xtitle("Signal no. 2","Time","Ammplitude")

Classification:
Continuous, Deterministic, Periodic Signal

Energy Content:

E = ∫ 𝑥 2 (𝑡) 𝑑𝑡
−∞
E=∞

Power Content:
1 𝑇 2
P = lim ∫ 𝑥 (𝑡) 𝑑𝑡
𝑇→∞ 2𝑇 −𝑇
P=2

Signal No. 3
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.

Program:
x1=-2:0 ; y1=3*x1+6 ;
x2=0+2 ; y2=-3*x2+6 ;
x=[x1 x2] ;
y=[y1 y2] ;
plot2d(x,y) ;
xtitle("Signal no. 3","Time","Ammplitude")

Classification:
Continuous, Deterministic, Even, Aperiodic Signal

Energy Content:

E = ∫ 𝑥 2 (𝑡) 𝑑𝑡
−∞
E=12

Power Content:
1 𝑇 2
P = lim ∫ 𝑥 (𝑡) 𝑑𝑡
𝑇→∞ 2𝑇 −𝑇
P=0

Signal No. 4
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.

Program:
x1=-1:1 ; y1=2*x1 ;
x2=1:3 ; y2=2*x2-4 ;
x3=3:5 ; y3=2*x3-8 ;
x4=-3:-1 ; y4=2*x4+4 ;
x5=-5:-3 ; y5=2*x5+8 ;
x=[x5 x4 x1 x2 x3] ;
y=[y5 y4 y1 y2 y3] ;
plot2d(x,y) ;
xtitle("Signal no. 4","Time","Ammplitude")

Classification:
Continuous, Deterministic, Periodic Signal

Energy Content:

E = ∫ 𝑥 2 (𝑡) 𝑑𝑡
−∞
E=∞

Power Content:
1 𝑇 2
P = lim ∫ 𝑥 (𝑡) 𝑑𝑡
𝑇→∞ 2𝑇 −𝑇
P=4
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.

-We are able to know what is the energy content and power content of a
signal.
-The energy content and power content of a signal is the area bounded by
the signals with respect to time.
-The power of an energy signal is equal to 0
-The energy of a power signal is equal to ∞
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.

AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.
AGASEN, Ian Neil G.
MEDINA, Ritch Vonn T.