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# Problem 4. Linear Time-Invariant System.s A linear system has the block diagram y(t) z(t) →| Delay...

Problem 4. Linear Time-Invariant System.s A linear system has the block diagram y(t) z(t) →| Delay by 1 dt *h(t) where g(t) sinc(t Since this is a linear time invariant system, we can represent it as a convolution with a single impulse response h(t) a) Find the impulse response h(t). You don't need to explicitly differentiate. b) Find the frequency response H(j for this system.

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