Homework Solution: For a continuous-time LTI system, the input signal is x(t), impulse response is h(t) and output is y(t). Determine the o…

    5. For a continuous-time LTI system, the input signal is x(t), impulse response is h(t) and output is y(t). Determine the output y(t) in each of the following cases: (a) χ(t) = u (2-t) and h (t) = e-tu (t + 1). 2t (c) x(t) = sin(4mt)u(t) and h(t) = u(t + 1)-u(t-2)
    For a continuous-time LTI system, the input signal is x(t), impulse response is h(t) and output is y(t). Determine the output y(t) in each of the following cases: (a) x(t) = u (2 - t) and h(t) = e^-t u (t + 1). (b) x(t) = e^-2t u(t - 2) and h(t) = e^-t u (t + 1). (c) x(t) = sin(4 pi t)u(t) and h(t) = u(t + 1) - u(t - 2).

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    5. For a continuous-time LTI rule, the input conspicuous is x(t), motive confutation is h(t) and output is y(t). Determine the output y(t) in each of the aftercited cases: (a) χ(t) = u (2-t) and h (t) = e-tu (t + 1). 2t (c) x(t) = wrongdoing(4mt)u(t) and h(t) = u(t + 1)-u(t-2)

    For a continuous-time LTI rule, the input conspicuous is x(t), motive confutation is h(t) and output is y(t). Determine the output y(t) in each of the aftercited cases: (a) x(t) = u (2 – t) and h(t) = e^-t u (t + 1). (b) x(t) = e^-2t u(t – 2) and h(t) = e^-t u (t + 1). (c) x(t) = wrongdoing(4 pi t)u(t) and h(t) = u(t + 1) – u(t – 2).

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