# A signal e-αtsin(ωt) is the input to a linear time invariant system. Given K and φ are constants,the output of the system will be of the form K e-βtsin(ϑt+) where

1.  β need not be equal to α but ϑ equal to ω

2.  ϑ need not be equal to ω but β equal to α

3.  β equal to α but ϑ equal to ω

4.  β Need not be equal to α and ϑ need not be equal to ω

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β need not be equal to α but ϑ equal to ω

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# The impulse response of a casual linear time invariant system is given as h (t). Now consider the following two statements: Statement i: principle of superposition holds Statement ii: h (t) =0 for t

1.  Statement (i) is correct and statement (ii) is wrong

2.  Statement (ii) is correct and statement (i) is wrong

3.  Both Statement (i) and statement (ii) are wrong

4.  Both Statement (i) and statement (ii) are correct.

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Both Statement (i) and statement (ii) are correct.

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# Given a sequence x[n], to generate the sequence y[n] =x [3-4n]. Which one of the following procedures would be correct

1.  First delay x[n] by sample to generate z1[n], then pick every 4th sample of z1[n] to generate z2[n], and then finally time reverse z2[n] to obtain y[n]

2.  First advance x[n] by sample to generate z1[n], then pick every 4th sample of z1[n] to generate z2[n], and then finally time reverse z2[n] to obtain y[n]

3.  First pick every fourth sample of x[n] to generate v1[n], time-reverse v1[n] to obtain v2[n], and finally advance v2[n] by 3 sample to obtain y[n]

4.  First pick every fourth sample of x[n] to generate v1[n], time-reverse v1[n] to obtain v2[n], and finally delay v2[n] by 3 sample to obtain y[n].

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First pick every fourth sample of x[n] to generate v1[n], time-reverse v1[n] to obtain v2[n], and finally delay v2[n] by 3 sample to obtain y[n].

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# A system with input x(y) and output y(t) is defined by the input-output relation The system will be

1.  Causal, time-invariant and unstable

2.  Causal, time-invariant and stable

3.  Non-Causal, time-invariant and unstable

4.  Non-Causal, time-variant and unstable.

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Non-Causal, time-variant and unstable.

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# A signal x(t)=sin(αt) where α is a real constantis the input to a linear time invariant system whose impulse response h(t)=sinc(βt) where β is a real constant. If min(α,β) denotes the minimum of α and β, and similarly max(α,β) the maximum of α and β, and K is a constant, which one of the following statements is true about the output of the system

1.  It will be of the form K sin(γt) where γ=min(α,β)

2.  It will be of the form K sin(γt) where γ=max(α,β)

3.  It will be of the form K sinc(αt)

4.  It cannot be since type of signal.

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It will be of the form K sin(γt) where γ=min(α,β)

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# Let x(t) be a periodic signal with time period T. let y(t) =x(t-t0)+x(t+t0) for some t0. The Fourier series coefficients of y(t) are denoted by b. if bk=0 for all odd k, then t0 can be equal to

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4.  2T.

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# H (z) is transfer function of a real system. When a signal x[n]=(t+j)n is the input to a system, the output is zero. Further, the region of convergence (ROC) of is the entire z-plane (except z=0). It can then be inferred that H(z) can have a minimum of

1.  One pole and one zero

2.  One pole and two zero

3.  Two poles and one zero

4.  Two poles and two zeros.

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One pole and two zero

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# If with |z|>a, then residual X(z)Zn-1 at z=a for n>=0 will be

1.  an-1

2.  an

3.  nan

4.  nan-1.

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nan-1.

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# Let (where rect(x) =1 for and zero otherwise). Then if sincethen Fourier transform of x(t) + x(-t) will be given by

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1.  y(t)

2.  y(2(t-Τ))

3.  y(t-Τ)

4.  y (t-2Τ).

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