The lab report for this part of the project must be submitted on Blackboard before the start of your next lab section. Late lab reports will be penalized as noted in the Lab Syllabus.

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Due Date 

The lab report for this part of the project must be submitted on Blackboard before the start of your next lab section. Late lab reports will be penalized as noted in the Lab Syllabus.


Description 

This project has four main goals: 

1. To learn about the frequency response of linear time-invariant (LTI) systems; 

2. To learn how to use MATLAB to implement convolution numerically; 

3. To explore different methods for measuring the frequency response of an LTI system; 

4. To learn about the power of a signal and how to measure powe


The project is split into four parts. This document describes Part 1, which focuses on the definition of the frequency response of an LTI system and how to compute the frequency response from the impulse response.


Lab Report Your lab report for this lab will consist of answers and complete documentation of the questions and exercises in Section 2. Section 1, is designed to get you ready for the problems in Section 2. Do not skip Section 1! Guidelines for preparing the lab report are posted on the Blackboard site. If you have any questions, talk to your lab TA. Each student must do his or her own work on this lab. However, you may ask other students or any of the teaching staff for advice. 


Honor Code Any reasonable suspicion of an honor code violation will be reported. You are allowed to discuss lab exercises with other students, but the submitted work should be original and it should be your own work. For more information about the Honor Code, please see the ECE 201 Lecture Syllabus and the ECE 201 Lab Syllabus. If you have questions, ask a member of the teaching staff. 

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