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Classification of signals :-
(2) Periodic and aperiodic (Non periodic) signals :
(4) Energy and power signals :-
Basic Operations on signals :
8) Precedence rule for time SHIFTING & time SCALING
Elementary Signals :
(2) Sinusoidal signal :
Complex exponential signal : General form is x(t) = est
Relation between sinusoidal and complex exponential signals :
(3) Exponentially Damped sinusoidal signal :
(4) UNIT STEP – FUNCTION :
5. FOURIER SERIES :
Symmetry Conditions :
6. Complex Exponential form of Fourier Series :
Properties of Fourier Series :
Spectrum of Signals :
Sinc Function :
7. FOURIER TRANSFORM
(2) Time Scaling Property :
(3) Duality property :
(5) Frequency Shifting :
(6) Area under g(t) :
(7) Area under G(f):
(8) Differentiation in the time domain
(9) Differentiation in the frequency domain:
(10) Integration in the time domain :
(11) Conjugate factors :
(12) Multiplication in the time domain
(13) Convolution in the time domain :
Unit Step Function :
8. Fourier Transform of periodic signals
9. RAYLEIGH’S ENERGY THEOREM:
(i) Energy Spectral Density :
(ii) Power Spectral Density :
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