Intended for use in an undergraduate course in electrical engineering, this book provides a modern treatment of signals and systems. It will prepare students for senior-level courses in communication systems, control systems, and digital signal processing (as encountered in digital audio), radar, radio, astronomy, sonar, remote sensing, seismology, and biomedical engineering. Examples and drill problems and solutions are provided throughout the book.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 2. Time-Domain Representations for Linear Time-Invariant Systems.
Chapter 3. Fourier Representations for Signals.
Chapter 4. Applications of Fourier Representations.
Chapter 5. Application to Communication Systems.
Chapter 6. Representation of Signals Using Continuous-Time Complex Exponentials: The Laplace Transform.
Chapter 7. Representations of Signals Using Discrete-Time Complex Exponentials: The z-Transform.
Chapter 8. Application to Filters and Equalizers.
Chapter 9. Application to Feedback Systems.
Chapter 10. Epilogue.
Appendix A. Selected Mathematical Identities.
Appendix B. Partial Fraction Expansions.
Appendix C. Tables of Fourier Representations and Properties.
Appendix D. Tables of Laplace Transforms and Properties.
Appendix E. Tables of z-Transforms and Properties.