LECTURE 3b-ECC3107 130110 n 180110

# LECTURE 3b-ECC3107 130110 n 180110 - Lecture 3(b Lecture...

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Lecture 3(b) Lecture 3(b) Topic Topic - Continuous Time System Representation by Differential Equation and Continuous Convolution (Convolution Integral) Learning Outcome Learning Outcome At the end of this lecture, students should be able to: - Represent the system output, y(t) using differential equation solution - Represent the system output, y(t) using continuous convolution of the impulse response, h(t) and the excitation, x(t).

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CTS – Differential Equation Solution: excitation impulse response
CTS – Differential Equation Example 4.2: Find the impulse response for the RC filter considered in Example 4.1 Solution:

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Notes: From the property of unit impulse, We can see that the integral gives value=1 only when 0 τ CTS – Differential Equation
System Response to a Sinusoidal Input

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System Response to a Sinusoidal Input
System Response to a Sinusoidal Input

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LECTURE 3b-ECC3107 130110 n 180110 - Lecture 3(b Lecture...

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