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5 Book organization Chapter 6 Sampling of continuous-time signals This chapter is mainly concerned with the conditions that should be satisfied for the accurate representation of baseband and bandpass continuous-time signals by discrete-time signals. However, the treatment is extended to the sampling and reconstruction of discrete-time signals. Chapter 7 The Discrete Fourier Transform Any finite number N of consecutive samples from a discrete-time signal can be uniquely described by its N-point Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT).
8. Why do we need interface systems and where do we need them? Provide a blockdiagram description of such systems needed in signal processing. 9. Describe an analog-to-digital (A/D) converter. 10. Describe a digital-to-analog (D/A) converter. 11. What is the difference between a practical and an ideal A/D converter? Between a practical and ideal D/A converter? 12. What is signal processing and what are its different forms used in practice? Give one example of each form. 13. Describe analog signal processing (ASP) with the help of its simplified block diagram.
23) to compute the output y1 [n] = x[n] cos ω0 n. 2. 23) to compute the output y2 [n] = x[n − n0 ] cos ω0 n. 3. Check whether the shifted sequence y1 [n − n0 ] is equal to y2 [n]. If the answer is yes the system is time-invariant; otherwise it is time-varying. Since y1 [n − n0 ] = x[n − n0 ] cos ω0 ([n − n0 ]) = y2 [n] the system is time-varying. 24) that is used to sample a discrete-time signal x[n] by a factor of M. Test the downsampler for linearity and time invariance. 3 Discrete-time systems To test linearity, let y1 [n] = x1 [nM] and y2 [n] = x2 [nM].