Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.141 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.5",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.923 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.4",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.7096 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.9",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.1487 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.4",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.5768 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.9",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.7168 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.1",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.7607 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.2",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.8541 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.9",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=0.922 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.6",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.5914 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.3",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.3014 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.8",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.0625 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.8",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.037 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.0737 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.6",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.287 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.5",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.9775 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.9",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.4933 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.5",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.1597 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.7",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.6126 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.2",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.179 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.1",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.863 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.7",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.3987 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=0.8858 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.6",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.048 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.7877 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.7",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.6381 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.4",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.605 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.4",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.6297 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.6462 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.2923 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.4",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=0.9819 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.8",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.5757 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.5",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.0034 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.7606 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.3479 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.2",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.5817 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.597 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.8894 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.1",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.3082 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.3483 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.0038 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.1445 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.3",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.3847 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.6263 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.5531 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.4",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.0142 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.4604 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.1",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.6682 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=0.8666 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.3281 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.8",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.3421 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.8",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.7927 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.2",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.4211 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.2",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.4758 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.2",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.0494 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.7",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.2109 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.2",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=0.9797 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.8",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.9752 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.2637 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.1022 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.3",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.4135 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.7",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=0.8778 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.6",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=0.8415 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.423 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.2",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.237 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.6",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.224 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.239 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.0721 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.1",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.7979 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.9",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.9488 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.5",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.4555 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.9",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.1196 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.4",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.5823 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=0.8296 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.7",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.5426 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.3",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.0225 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.2004 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=0.9733 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.6",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.7587 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.6",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.1861 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.8129 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.9",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=0.8467 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.0713 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.6319 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.4",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.2574 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.3",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.9844 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.5",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.324 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.4",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.5051 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","3.5",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.7465 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","2.8",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.774 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.3753 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.4",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=1.164 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.1",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.0629 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.7",""," ", "//Signals and systems/Correlation","discrete_correlation","Quasi-Periodic Analysis - Determine Local Period","A time-domain signal is contained the zip file located at signal.zip , and has been corrupted with broadband noise .

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=0.9875 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.2824 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=0.9992 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.1968 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=0.8358 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.4108 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

Its local period of the signal varies from 2.5 milliseconds to 10 milliseconds. Determine the local period, in milliseconds (within 2% tolerance), of this signal at time t=2.3617 where t=0 corresponds to sample number 0 and the sampling frequency is 10000 Hz.

","Numerical Question","2","4.3",""," ",