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Unformatted text preview: A Volts Complex Fourier Series and Line Spectra Rectangular and Triangular Pulses Rectangular and Triangular Pulses Rectangular and Triangular Pulses SOME FOURIER TRANSFORM PAIRS Spectra of rectangular, (sinx)/x, and triangular pulses Spectra of rectangular, (sinx)/x, and triangular pulses Convolutiom Energy Spectral Density review Definition Being Energy Signal I sufficient condition for existence In general the Fourier transform ) ( t w of a function is complex, even if that function ) ( t w is real. What about power signals? ) ( t w is a power waveform if the normalized average power P is finite and nonzero. ) ( t w is an energy waveform if the normalized energy E is finite and nonzero. We are assuming the power signal has a Fourier Transform in the limit Power Spectral Density Power Spectral Density Periodic Signals Power Spectral Density Polar Fourier Series...
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 Fall '11
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