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Q: Do all CT periodic signals x(t) have a Fourier series representation, i.e. can every periodic signal be written as A: The answer is no. However, we can get close in most cases. We can find the Fourier series representation for the following signals: Any "continous" signal x(t) that has no abrupt changes can be expressed as
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Unformatted text preview: If a "mostly continuous" signal x(t) only has a finite number of abrupt points in a single period T, then only at those points, we have For all those "continuous" regions, the FS representation holds....
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