## Analytical techniques for linear time-varying systems |

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### Contents

CASCADED SYSTEMS | 13 |

REPRESENTATION OF SYSTEM FUNCTIONS | 31 |

THE MATRIX | 53 |

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2ttB Air-to-Ground Communication System applied approximation arbitrary bilinear form change of variables channel with nonstationary Coefficient Evaluation Scheme combination of H-separable complete set consider cross-coupling Doppler shift double expansion double series driving-point dual dual-system functions duality eigenfunction eigenvalue eigenvector example exists expansion of Equation expansion of h(t finite Fourier transform frequency function of Equation H-separable networks impulse response impulse-response functions infinite matrix input and output input-output interpolation function interval inverse system inversion problem K-system link structure Magnitude and Phase matched filter modulated noise power nonstationary noise nonzero oo oo optimum signal orthonormal output noise over-all system function parallel combination physical quantities plane quasi-inverse Realization of h(t relationships right-hand inverse rows samples the output Sampling Expansion sampling series sampling theorem shown in Figure signal component stationary noise system matrix terminated multiplier time-invariant time-varying systems transfer function transmitted truncated expansion units of delay vectors whitening filter zero