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The inverse system is
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and there are two possible regions of convergence: Izl > 2 and lzl < 2. Because both of these overlap with the region of convergence for H(z), both are valid inverse systems. For J z J 2, the unit sample response is > which is a causal but unstable system. For (zl < 2, the unit sample response is ~ ( n= 2"u(n ) + 0.6(2)"'u(n) which is stable but noncausal. Note. however, that the system
is both stable and causal, and the magnitude of the frequency response is the same as that of the inverse system. Therefore, this system is realizable, and the system that is the cascade of H ( z ) with G ( z )has a frequency response with a magnitude of I . Let H ( z ) be a stable and causal filter with a system function
(a) Make a polezero plot of the system function, and use geometric arguments to show that if r the system is a notch filter. (h) At what frequency does I H ( e I w ) l reach its maximum value
and a pair of complex poles just inside ( a ) This system has a pair of complex zeros on the unit circle at z = A polezero diagram for H ( z ) is shown in the figure below. the unit circle at z = The first thing to note is that, due to the zeros that are on the unit circle, the frequency response goes to zero at w = i~wo. The second thing to observe is that, as we move away from the unit circle zeros, the lengths of the vectors from the poles to the unit circle approach the lengths of the vectors from the zeros to the unit circle. Furthermore, the closer r is to I , the more rapidly the lengths of these vectors become the same. Therefore, if r 1, H(e1") is a notchfilter, with a frequency response that is approximately constant except within a narrow band of frequencies around w = fwo, where the frequency response goes to zero. (17) The magnitude of the frequency response increases monotonically as we more away from the unit circle zeros. Therefore, I H(P]")Iwill reach its maximum value either at w = 0 or w = n. Because the frequency response at w = 0 is (I  e J w ) ( l  C J W ) 2  2coswo = A 1 r e r e I r Z  2r cos w0
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I H(ejo)l will reach its maximum value at w = 0 if n/2 < wo w=1~ifO<w~<~/2. A signal y ( n ) contains a primary signal, x ( n ) , plus two echos: ~r, and
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Find a realizable flter that will recover x ( n ) from y ( n ) . Because Y ( z ) is related to X ( z ) as follows: the inverse filter is
We must check. however, to see whether or not this filter is realizable First. note that we may write G ( z ) as G ( z )= F (znd ) where The poles of F ( z ) are at
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