TO BE ANSWERED IN BOOKLETS
INSTRUCTOR: Dr. P. F. Driessen
THIS EXAMINATION CONSISTS OF:
THREE PAGES OF QUESTIONS
STUDENTS MUST COUNT THE NUMBER OF PAGES IN THIS EXAMINATION PAPER BEFORE BEGINNING TO WRITE, AND REPORT ANY DISCREPANCY IMMEDIATELY TO THE INVIGILATOR
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TOTAL MARKS 30.
Question 1 (10 marks)
1.1. For a transfer function with one pole and one zero, where (approximately) in the complex z-plane would you place the pole and zero z1 to obtain a high pass filter characteristic with zero response at f=0 and maximum response at f=fs/2? 1.2. Draw a sketch to show the pole and zero locations.
1.3. Draw a sketch of the approximate frequency (magnitude) response.
1.4. Derive the difference equation to implement this high pass filter in terms of .
1.5. Draw a diagram of an implementation of the filter.
Question 2 (10 marks)
2.1. Find the (causal) inverse z- transform of
2.2. Write numerical values for the coefficients of the first two terms.
Question 3 (10 marks)
Design a simple digital filter whose transfer function
corresponds to a delay of two sample times, i.e.
|y(k) = x(k-2)||(2)|
3.1. Specify H(z).
3.2. Find the frequency response (amplitude and phase) of this filter.
3.3. Find the impulse response h(k) of this filter by taking the inverse z-transform of H(z).
3.4. Show by convolution that the output of the filter y(k)is x(k-2) as expected.
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