University of Central Florida MatLab Vectors Questions

EEL 4102

University of Central Florida


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You will write a script labeled as "your_last_name_hw3.m" which will include the solutions to ALL the MATLAB questions in one all-inclusive script and submit online through Canvas. In order to receive points, your script will have to run without any modifications, and should be named correctly as prescribed.

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EEL4102 – Spring 2020 MATLAB Assignment 3 For all the questions below, plot your figures within the window of 𝑛 = [−5,5]. Remember, all your answers must be on a single file and your script must be self-sufficient and run without any errors to receive any points. You should produce only one figure. Do not plot anything that you are not instructed to do so within this document. Question 1 (100 points). A system is defined below where 𝐱[𝐧] is the input signal, 𝐡[𝐧] is the impulse response, and 𝐲[𝐧] is the output. Fig. 2 provides a plot of the signals 𝐱[𝐧] (blue) and 𝐡[𝐧] (red). • Plot the output 𝐲[𝐧] for the system defined above, given the input signal 𝐱[𝐧] as a single figure. Do not forget about the plotting window provided above. Hint: • Define the provided signals as MATLAB vectors. It is the reverse of first two homeworks. • Use built-in Matlab function “conv()” for convolution. Follow the link for documentation regarding its use: ...
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