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 Signal Systems Full Scanned Lecture Notes - 2015 Edition Srini V+ Team Administator 23-12-2014, 04:01 PM     Signal Systems Full Scanned Lecture Notes from Reputed Institutions and Faculties. Useful for Electrical and Electronics Engineers , Specially for Candidates Appearing for GATE Exams. Content : Different operation on signal Classification of signal 1. Continuous signal 2. Discrete signal 3. Analog and digital signal 4. Even and odd signal 5. Periodic and non-periodic signal Conjugate symmetric signal Conjugate anti-symmetric signal 6. Half wave symmetry signal 7. Energy signal 8. Power signal 9. Periodic power signal 10. Orthogonal signal Important trignometrical results Basic signal 1. Unit impulse a. Area under impulse b. Weight\ strength of impulse c. Time scaling property of impulse 2. Unit step 3. Unit-ramp 4. Parabolic 5. Signal function 6. Symmetrical square wave 7. Angular symmetrical wave 8. Saw tooth wave 9. Sampling signal 10. Sinc signal Mathematical expression of waveform Basic system properties 1. Static\dynamic system 2. Causal\non-causal system 3. Linear \non-linear system 4. Time-variant\time-invariant system 5. Stable and unstable system 6. Linear time-invariant(LTI) system Transfer function Convolution Condition for LTI system to be static BIBO criteria Different equation for LTI system Fourier series Types 1. Trignometrical fourier series expansion 2. Exponential fourier expansion Symmetricities in fs 1. Even symmetricity 2. Odd symmetricity 3. Half wave symmetry 4. Even + HWS 5. Odd + HWS  6. Hidden symmetricity Properties 1. Linearity 2. Time reversal 3. Conjugation 4. Time shifting 5. Frequency shifting 6. Convolution in time 7. Multiplication in time 8. Differentiation in time 9. Integration in time 10. Parseval’s power theorem Fourier transform Dirichlet condition Property of duality Fourier transform for periodic signal Laplace transform Region of convergence (ROC) Properties of ROC Sampling theorem Low pass filter Sampling theorem  Nyquist-interval Over-sampling Under sampling Discrete time system Z-transform Condition for existence of z-transform Properties Initial value theorem Final value theorem DTFT Inverse DTFT Attachment : Click Here  Share your Study Materials with us : Click Here « Next Oldest | « Next Newest

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