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Z Transform

Z Transform

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Z-Transform
 
Linear time-invariante systems:input:
(
n
); output:
(
n
); impulse response:
h
(
n
)
(
n
) =
h
(
)
(
n
)For example, if 
(
n
) =
n
:
(
n
) =
h
(
)
(
n
) =
h
(
)
n
=
n
h
(
)
So:
(
n
) =
(
)
n
Then,
n
are ”eigenvectors” with
(
) as ”eigenvalue”.
 
Because of the linearity it is convenient to look at linearcombinations:
(
n
) =
a
n
(
n
) =
a
(
)
n
(
) =
h
(
)
is called the z-transform of 
h
.It is closely related to the DFT:
(
) =
n
(
n
)
 j 
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