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LAB 3: DISCRETE-TIME CONVOLUTION

Procedure 4.0 (2)


QUESTION 1

1. Define convolution in discrete time.


Convolution in discrete time is an operation between the input signal to a
system, and its impulse response, resulting in the output signal . In
discrete time, convolution of two signals involves summing the product of
the two signals ,where one of the signals is flipped and shifted.

2. Define :
(a) System Excitation ,x[n]

Discrete-time systems, A set of connected parts or models which


takes discrete-time signals as input, known as excitation, In general, if
a there is excitation x(n) and the response of the system is y(n), the we
express the system as,

(b) System Impulse Response, h[n]

(c) System Response, y[n]

In Discrete time system processes it under certain set of rules and


algorithms to have a desired output of another discrete-time signal,
known as response.

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