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Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Sherrick, John D.
This innovative book for technology students presents both continuous and discrete domains under one cover. It reviews the foundations of continuous-time systems and introduces the concepts and analysis tools associated with signal spectra, with emphasis on periodic signals and the Discrete Fourier Transform. Topics include: Analysis techniques Frequency response Standard filters Spectral analysis Discrete-time signals and systems IRR and FIR filter designs Sampling strategies The book also contains an introduction to and lessons in MATLAB?Sherrick, John D. is the author of 'Concepts in Systems and Signals' with ISBN 9780130841155 and ISBN 0130841153.
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