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a. b. c. d. What are the conditions on L1 and 12 so that h(I) = 1 [u(L+1) -ul- 12) represents (i) a causal system (ii) a stable system.
[n] +0.15.(n-5). What is the impulse response Suppose an LTI discrete system is described by y[n] = of the system h[n]? Ans: -
Given a difference equation y[n] - y(n - 1] +0.24y[n - 2) = 0.8". Obtain a solution y[n] that also satisfies y0 = 23, y1 = 12.2.
- A discrete-time system is characterized by y[n] - y[n – 1] +0.24y[n - 2) = 3.[n] - 2.22 [n – 1]. Assume zero initial conditions. Find the impulse and step responses for 0 <n<1 by recursive substitution. #### Earn Coin

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