1. Pole-zero placement. We wish to design a stable and causal second-order discrete-time (DT) fil...
1. Pole-zero placement. We wish to design a stable and causal second-order discrete-time (DT) filter (i.e., having two poles and two zeros, including those at 0 and oo) using pole-zero placement. (a) [5 pts] Where might you place the poles and zeros to achieve the following magnitude frequency response? Sketch the pole-zero plot in the complex z-plane. -Π -Tt/2 0 (b) [3 pts] Give an expression for the transfer function H(z). Justify your answer. (c) [2 pts] Write an expression for determining the gain factor in part b to match the above specs
1. Pole-zero placement. We wish to design a stable and causal second-order discrete-time (DT) filter (i.e., having two poles and two zeros, including those at 0 and oo) using pole-zero placement. (a) [5 pts] Where might you place the poles and zeros to achieve the following magnitude frequency response? Sketch the pole-zero plot in the complex z-plane. -Π -Tt/2 0 (b) [3 pts] Give an expression for the transfer function H(z). Justify your answer. (c) [2 pts] Write an expression for determining the gain factor in part b to match the above specs
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