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Code No: 64261/MT

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M.Tech. – II Semester Regular Examinations, September, 2008

DSP WITH ADAPTIVE FILTERS (Image Processing)

Time: 3hours

Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks -

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Max. Marks:60

1.a)

What is the difference between a discrete time signal and a digital signal? Explain the properties of linear shift invariance, stability and causality of an LSI system.

b)

Test whether the following systems are stable, causal and shift invariant or not.

i)

y(n) = n x(n)

ii)

y(n) = x(n-1)+x(n-2)

2.a)

What is DFS representation of a periodic sequence? Explain.

b)

Obtain the linear convolution sum y(n) = x(n) h(n), where x(n) = [1 2 3 4 5] & y(n) = [-2 –3 –4 –1 –2] using DFT. Verify the result by any other method.

3.a)

What are various methods used to realize digital filters? Compare these realizations.

b)

What is the condition for checking the stability of a discrete time system using Z transforms?

4.a) Why do we go for analog approximations for designing digital

filters? Explain.

b)

Design an IIR digital filter with a low pass cutoff of 10KHz. Assume

suitable data for the design.

5.a)

What are the characteristics of FIR filters? Explain the importance of linear phase characteristics in signal processing.

b)

Compare FIR and IIR filters.

6.a)

With a neat block diagram, explain the concept of adaptive filter.

b)

What is LMS algorithm? Out line the important steps in LMS algorithm.

7. Explain the basic concept involved in RLS algorithm. What are its limitations?

8. In detail explain the role played by adaptive filters in separation of speech signals from noise.

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