## Introductory Signal ProcessingA valuable introduction to the fundamentals of continuous and discrete time signal processing, this book is intended for the reader with little or no background in this subject. The emphasis is on development from basic principles. With this book the reader can become knowledgeable about both the theoretical and practical aspects of digital signal processing.Some special features of this book are: (1) gradual and step-by-step development of the mathematics for signal processing, (2) numerous examples and homework problems, (3) evolutionary development of Fourier series, Discrete Fourier Transform, Fourier Transform, Laplace Transform, and Z-Transform, (4) emphasis on the relationship between continuous and discrete time signal processing, (5) many examples of using the computer for applying the theory, (6) computer based assignments to gain practical insight, (7) a set of computer programs to aid the reader in applying the theory. |

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### Contents

Chapter Zero Signals and Signal Processing | 1 |

Chapter One Basic Linear System Theory | 10 |

Chapter Two Fourier Series | 98 |

Chapter Three Discrete Fourier Series | 129 |

Chapter Four Fourier Transform and Applications | 162 |

Chapter Five Discrete Fourier Transform | 245 |

Chapter Six Fast Fourier Transform | 303 |

Chapter Seven Correlation | 338 |

Chapter Nine ZTransform and Discrete Time Systems | 477 |

Chapter Ten Digital Filter Design | 557 |

Chapter Eleven Microprocessors for Signal Processing | 645 |

Appendix A Review of Complex Number Theory | 665 |

ADDA Conversion | 678 |

Basic Matrix Algebra | 692 |

Appendix E Function Minimization Program | 706 |

Appendix F Answers To Selected Problems | 713 |

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A/D converter aliasing error amplitude analysis apply approximation autocorrelation bandlimited bandwidth behavior block diagram called Chapter complete response consider constant convolution property denote determine DFT operation difference equation differential equation digital filter Digital Signal Processing discrete time signal discrete time system duration evaluate exponential functions FFT algorithm finite flow graph forced response Fourier series coefficients frequency domain frequency response given in eq given in Fig impulse function impulse response initial conditions input x(t integral Laplace transform leakage error LP filter LTI system M(co matrix method multiplications natural frequencies Notice number sequence obtain odd function output parameters periodic function periodic signal phaseshift plot poles polynomial RC circuit requires s-plane sampling shift property shown in Fig signal x(t sinusoid sketch stable steady-state response subroutine summation Suppose transfer function transform pair unit circle unit pulse response variable representation voltage X(co x(kT xt(t yields Z-transform zero

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