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Signals and systems

The text provides motivation for students to learn because they'll discover how various concepts relate to the engineering profession through these real-world examples of signals and systems. An abundant use of examples and drill problems are integrated throughout so they'll be able to master the material. And a large number of end-of-chapter problems are provided to help solidify the concepts
Print Book, English, ©1998
Wiley, New York, ©1998
xviii, 694 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm
9780471138204, 0471138207
Time-domain representations for linear time-invariant systems
Fourier representations for signals
Applications of Fourier representations
Application to communication systems
Representation of signals using ontinuous-time complex exponentials : the Laplace transform
Representation of signals using discrete-time complex exponentials : the z- transform
Applications to filters and equalizers
Application to feedback systems
Includes index