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BRITISH COLUMBIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY School of Computing and Academic Studies © 2007 by British Columbia Institute of Technology Diploma of Computer Systems Technology COMP 3721 – Introduction to Data Communications ASSIGNMENT 1 Fall 2005 Marking The assignment consists of 7 questions totaling 42 marks.
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School of Computing and Academic Studies Diploma of Computer Systems Technology COMP 3721 – Introduction to Data Communications Assignment 1 – Fall 2005 © 2007 by British Columbia Institute of Technology Page 1 of 2 Questions 1. Fourier analysis is a mathematical process that can be used to determine a set of sine waves or harmonics (varying in frequency and amplitude) that are summed in the time domain to make up the sawtooth wave signal under consideration. The basic shape of a sawtooth wave can be determined in large measure by its fundamental. This fundamental signal has the lowest frequency and the largest amplitude. All frequencies higher than the fundamental are referred to as
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