The input-output relationship for a system is ¨y(t) + ˙y(t) = x(t).
(a) Find the impulse response of the system.
(b) Find the zero-state response when the input is a unit step.
(c) Find the zero-state response when the input is x(t) = 1.6u(t) − 0.6u(t − 1).
The input-output relationship for a system is ¨y(t) + ˙y(t) = x(t). (a) Find the impulse...
5- For the following system: x( Input: x(t)s u(t) Output: y() With the initial condition y(0) 1, y(O)-0, RI-1, R2-12, CI-2F, C2-1F. Identify the natural and forced response of the system a) Find the zero input response. b) Unit impulse response. c) zero state response. d) The total response. e Identify the natural and forced response of the system. 5- For the following system: x( Input: x(t)s u(t) Output: y() With the initial condition y(0) 1, y(O)-0, RI-1, R2-12, CI-2F,...
A causal LTI system yields the following input output relationship. Find h(t), the impulse response of the system. (Hint: Try first to determine the output when the input is u(t)) a(t) y(t) LTT →t 2 2 Figure 1: An input-output pair
1. For a system described in Figure 1. x(t) - input voltage, y(t) - output voltage. (a) Determine Continuous Time (C.T.) "Math Model" when R = 1/3 121, L = 1/2 [F], and C = 1 [F]. (b) Fine "Zero Input Response". y zit. for the C.T.system. when y(0) = 1 [V], y'(0) = 2 IV (c) Draw "Zero Input Response". y_zi(t) with respect to time 1 (2-D graph) (d) Find impulse response, h(!). of the Continuous Time (C.T.) system....
Consider the following circuits connected in series. The input is the voltage x(t), the output to system Si is the voltage y(t), and the output of system S2 is the voltage y(t). The differential equation relating the input X(t) to the output yı(t) was found in Homework #3. S2 x(1) y(t) | X(t) 6+ R yce) .66) (1) + y(t) Let L = 0.01, C1 = 0.01, R = 100, C2 = 0.002, and R2 = 50. a) Find the...
5.16. Given the following difference equation with the input-output relationship of a certain initially relaxed system (all initial conditions are zero), y(n)-0.6y(n - 1+0.25y(n - 2) -x(n) +x(n- 1) a. find the impulse response sequence y(n) due to the impulse sequence o(n): b. find the output response of the system when the unit step function u(n is applied
1. Consider a continuous system whose input x(t) and output y(t) are related by dy(t) + ay(t) = x(t) dt where a is a constant. (a) Find y(t) with the condition y(0) = yo and x(t) = Ke-bu(t) (b) Express y(t) in terms of the zero-input and zero-state responses. 2. Consider the system in Problem 1. (a) Show that the system is not linear if y(0) = yo 70. (b) Show that the system is linear if y(0) = 0....
A CT system having input x(t) and output y(t) is described in terms of its impulse response (t-1-1/2 h(t,0) e, where I is a positive finite real number. Determine the output T/2 y(t) when x(n)=rect( )
3.1 The relationship between the input x(t) and output y(t) of described by the indicated differential equation given below: a causal system is dx(t) dse)+540+6y(t) = x(t) +T Assuming that the initial conditions are zero and using the Laplace transform determine [5 Marks] 15 Marks the following: a- Transfer function H(s) of the system. b- Impulse response h(t) of the system. Y (s) X(s)
1. Evaluate and sketch the convolution integral (the output y(t)) for a system with input x(t) and impulse response h(t), where x(t) = u(1-2) and h(t)= "u(t) u(t) is the unit step function. Please show clearly all the necessary steps of convolution. Determine the values of the output y(t) at 1 = 0,1 = 3,1 = 00. (3 pts)
Problem 1. The input x(t) and output y(t) of an LTI system satisfy the differential equation d’y(t) + wốy(t)=r(t), where wo is a fixed real number. A) Find the right-going impulse response of the system. B) Find the left-going impulse response of the system.