EECS 206 EXAM #3 INFORMATION
**EECS 206 EXAM #3 INFORMATION**

**When:** *For both lectures:* Thursday April 20, 4:00-6:00 PM.
**Where:** Last name starts with A-H: 1200 EECS (holds 107).
**Where:** Last name starts with I-Z: 220 Chrysler (holds 234).
**Where:** 220 is Chrysler Center (Chesebrough) Auditorium.

**Bring:** Closed book; 4 sides of 8.5 × 11 inch "cheat sheets."
**Bring:** No bluebooks (write answers directly on the exam).
**Bring:** Calculators OK (answers will be simple numbers).

**Review:** In lectures Friday April 14 and Monday April 17.
**Review:** In all labs Monday April 17-wednesday April 19.

*Coverage of Material:*
**Lectures:** Wednesday March 8--Wednesday April 12.

This excludes exam #2 and review lectures for exam #2.
**Problem Sets:** #6-10 with readings as assigned in them.
**Lecture Notes:** Sections 6-8 as assigned in homework.

**Topics emphasized on this exam:**
- z-transform:
- Basic properties and computation
- Simple partial fraction expansions
- Computing inverse z-transforms

- System (or transfer) function H(z):
- Relation to impulse response h[n]
- Relation to frequency response H(w)
- Relation to arma difference equation
- Relation to poles and zeros of H(z)

- Frequency response of LTI systems:
- Response of simple LTI systems to

sinusoidal inputs in the steady state
- Frequency response function H(w)
- Effects of poles and zeros on H(w)
- Periodic signals through LTI systems:

decompose them first using the DFT

(DFT is in problem sets 6 and 7)

**Conflicts?** Email:
aey@eecs.umich.edu