## Continuous and Discrete Signals and Systems This complete introductory book assists readers in developing the ability to understand and analyze both continuous and discrete-time systems. The author presents the most widely used techniques of signal and system analysis in a highly readable and understandable fashion. For anyone interested in Signals & Systems, and Transform Theory. |

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amplitude analog signal average power bandwidth bilateral Laplace transform Butterworth filter causal Chapter Chebyshev filter complex exponentials components compute Consider continuous-time signals continuous-time system corresponding defined delta function derivative determine differential equation digital filter discrete-time Fourier transform discrete-time signals discrete-time systems discussed equivalent Example finite Fourier transform Fourier-series coefficients Fourier-series representation given harmonic impulse response input x(t interval inverse linear time-invariant low-pass filter LTI system magnitude spectrum matrix multiplying obtain output y(t passband periodic signal periodic signal x(t periodic with period phase spectrum poles Problem ramp function RC circuit rectangular pulse represents result sampled signal sampling second canonical form Section sequence x(n shift shown in Figure side of Equation signal shown signals and systems simulation diagram sinusoidal solution spectra system described techniques theorem tion transfer function unit step values variable voltage waveform X(co xs(t yields Z-transform zero