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EECE 301 Note Set 15 FT Properties

# EECE 301 Note Set 15 FT Properties

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EECE 301Signals & SystemsProf. Mark Fowler
Note Set #15
C-T Signals: Fourier Transform PropertiesReading Assignment: Section 3.6 of Kamenand Hec

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Ch. 1 Intro
C-T Signal Model
Functions on Real Line

D-T Signal Model
Functions on Integers

System Properties
LTICausalEtc

Ch. 2 Diff Eqs
C-T System Model
Differential Equations
D-T Signal Model
Difference Equations

Zero-State Response

Zero-Input ResponseCharacteristic Eq.

Ch. 2 Convolution
C-T System Model
Convolution Integral
D-T System Model
Convolution Sum

Ch. 3: CTFourier
Signal
Models
Fourier SeriesPeriodic SignalsFourier Transform (CTFT)
Non-Periodic Signals

New
System
Model

New SignalModels
Ch. 5: CTFourier
System
Models
Frequency Response
Based on Fourier Transform

New
System
Model

Ch. 4: DTFourier
Signal
Models
DTFT
(for “HandAnalysis)
DFT & FFT
(for Computer Analysis)

New SignalModel

PowerfulAnalysis Tool
Ch. 6 & 8: LaplaceModels for CT
Signals
&
Systems
Transfer Function
New
System
Model

Ch. 7: Z Trans.Models for DT
Signals
&
Systems
Transfer Function
New
System
Model

Ch. 5: DTFourier
System
Models
Freq. Response for DT
Based on DTFT

New
System
Model
Course Flow Diagram
The arrows here show conceptual flow between ideas. Note the parallel structure betweenthe pink blocks (C-T Freq. Analysis) and the blue blocks (D-T Freq. Analysis).

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Fourier Transform Properties

Note: There are a few of these we won’t cover….see
Table on Website
or the inside front cover of the book for them.As we have seen, finding the FT can be tedious(it can even be difficult)But…there are certain properties that can often make things easier.Also, these properties can sometimes be the key to understandinghow the FT canbe used in a given application.So…even though these results may at first seem like “just boring math”they areimportant tools that let signal processing engineers understand how to buildthings like cell phones, radars, mp3 processing, etc.
I prefer that you use the tables on the website…they arebetter than the book’s