- 17.17.1: Find the Fourier series of the square wave in Fig. 17.5. Plot the a...
- 17.17.2: Determine the Fourier series of the sawtooth waveform in Fig. 17.9.
- 17.17.3: Find the Fourier series of the function f(t) in Fig. 17.14.
- 17.17.4: Find the Fourier series expansion of the function in Fig. 17.16.
- 17.17.5: Determine the Fourier series of the function in Fig. 17.12(a). Take...
- 17.17.6: If the sawtooth waveform in Fig. 17.9 (see Practice Prob. 17.2) is ...
- 17.17.7: If the input voltage in the circuit of Fig. 17.24 is v(t) = 7 __ 3 ...
- 17.17.8: The voltage and current at the terminals of a circuit are v(t) = 12...
- 17.17.9: Find the rms value of the periodic current i(t) = 8 + 30 cos 2t 20 ...
- 17.17.10: Obtain the complex Fourier series of the function in Fig. 17.1.
- 17.17.11: Obtain the complex Fourier series expansion of f(t) in Fig. 17.17. ...
- 17.17.12: Obtain the Fourier coefficients of the function in Fig. 17.7 using ...
- 17.17.13: A sinusoidal current source of amplitude 4 A and frequency 2 kHz is...
- 17.17.14: Rework Example 17.14 if the low-pass filter is replaced by the idea...
- 17.17.15: Express the Fourier series f(t) = 10 + n=1 4 ______ n2 + 1 cos 10nt...
- 17.17.16: The waveform in Fig. 17.55(a) has the following Fourier series: v1(...
- 17.17.17: Determine if these functions are even, odd, or neither. (a) 1 + t (...
- 17.17.18: Determine the fundamental frequency and specify the type of symmetr...
- 17.17.19: Obtain the Fourier series for the periodic waveform in Fig. 17.57
- 17.17.20: Find the Fourier series for the signal in Fig. 17.58. Evaluate f(t)...
- 17.17.21: Determine the trigonometric Fourier series of the signal in Fig. 17...
- 17.17.22: Calculate the Fourier coefficients for the function in Fig. 17.60.
- 17.17.23: Using Fig. 17.61, design a problem to help other students better un...
- 17.17.24: In the periodic function of Fig. 17.62, (a) find the trigonometric ...
- 17.17.25: Determine the Fourier series representation of the function in Fig....
- 17.17.26: Find the Fourier series representation of the signal shown in Fig. ...
- 17.17.27: For the waveform shown in Fig. 17.65 below, (a) specify the type of...
- 17.17.28: Obtain the trigonometric Fourier series for the voltage waveform sh...
- 17.17.29: Determine the Fourier series expansion of the sawtooth function in ...
- 17.17.30: (a) If f(t) is an even function, show that cn = 2 __ T 0 T2 f(t) co...
- 17.17.31: Let an and bn be the Fourier series coefficients of f(t) and let o ...
- 17.17.32: Find i(t) in the circuit of Fig. 17.68 given that is(t) = 3.5 + n=1...
- 17.17.33: In the circuit shown in Fig. 17.69, the Fourier series expansion of...
- 17.17.34: Using Fig. 17.70, design a problem to help other students better un...
- 17.17.35: If vs in the circuit of Fig. 17.71 is the same as function f2(t) in...
- 17.17.36: Find the response io for the circuit in Fig. 17.72(a), where vs(t) ...
- 17.17.37: If the periodic current waveform in Fig. 17.73(a) is applied to the...
- 17.17.38: If the square wave shown in Fig. 17.74(a) is applied to the circuit...
- 17.17.39: If the periodic voltage in Fig. 17.75(a) is applied to the circuit ...
- 17.17.40: The signal in Fig. 17.76(a) is applied to the circuit in Fig. 17.76...
- 17.17.41: The full-wave rectified sinusoidal voltage in Fig.17.77(a) is appli...
- 17.17.42: The square wave in Fig. 17.78(a) is applied to the circuit in Fig. ...
- 17.17.43: The voltage across the terminals of a circuit is v(t) = [30 + 20 co...
- 17.17.44: Design a problem to help other students better understand how to fi...
- 17.17.45: A series RLC circuit has R = 10 , L = 2 mH, and C=40 F. Determine t...
- 17.17.46: Use MATLAB to plot the following sinusoids for 0<t < 5: (a) 5 cos 3...
- 17.17.47: The periodic current waveform in Fig. 17.79 is applied across a 2-k...
- 17.17.48: For the circuit in Fig. 17.80, i(t) = 20 + 16 cos(10t + 45) + 12 co...
- 17.17.49: (a) For the periodic waveform in Prob. 17.5, find the rms value. (b...
- 17.17.50: Obtain the exponential Fourier series for f(t) = t, 1 < t < 1, with...
- 17.17.51: Design a problem to help other students better understand how to fi...
- 17.17.52: Calculate the complex Fourier series for f(t) = et, < t < , with f(...
- 17.17.53: Find the complex Fourier series for f(t) = et, 0 < t < 1, with f(t ...
- 17.17.54: Find the exponential Fourier series for the function in Fig. 17.81.
- 17.17.55: Obtain the exponential Fourier series expansion ofthe half-wave rec...
- 17.17.56: The Fourier series trigonometric representation of a periodic funct...
- 17.17.57: The coefficients of the trigonometric Fourier series representation...
- 17.17.58: Find the exponential Fourier series of a function that has the foll...
- 17.17.59: The complex Fourier series of the function in Fig.17.83(a) is f(t) ...
- 17.17.60: Obtain the complex Fourier coefficients of the signal in Fig. 17.62.
- 17.17.61: The spectra of the Fourier series of a function are shown in Fig. 1...
- 17.17.62: The amplitude and phase spectra of a truncated Fourier series are s...
- 17.17.63: Plot the amplitude spectrum for the signal f2(t) in Fig. 17.56(b). ...
- 17.17.64: Design a problem to help other students better understand the ampli...
- 17.17.65: Given thatf(t) = n=1 ( 20 ____ n22 cos 2nt 3 ___ n sin 2nt) plot th...
- 17.17.66: Determine the Fourier coefficients for the waveform in Fig. 17.48 u...
- 17.17.67: Calculate the Fourier coefficients of the signal in Fig.17.58 using...
- 17.17.68: Use PSpice or MultiSim to find the Fourier components of the signal...
- 17.17.69: Use PSpice or MultiSim to obtain the Fourier coefficients of the wa...
- 17.17.70: Design a problem to help other students better understand how to us...
- 17.17.71: Use PSpice or MultiSim to solve Prob. 17.40.
- 17.17.72: The signal displayed by a medical device can beapproximated by the ...
- 17.17.73: A spectrum analyzer indicates that a signal is made up of three com...
- 17.17.74: A certain band-limited periodic current has only three frequencies ...
- 17.17.75: Design a low-pass RC filter with a resistance R = 2 k. The input to...
- 17.17.76: A periodic signal given by vs(t) = 10 V for 0 < t < 1 and 0 V for 1...
- 17.17.77: The voltage across a device is given by v(t) = 2 + 10 cos 4t + 8 co...
- 17.17.78: A certain band-limited periodic voltage has only three harmonics in...
- 17.17.79: Write a program to compute the Fourier coefficients (up to the 10th...
- 17.17.80: Write a computer program to calculate the exponential Fourier serie...
- 17.17.81: Consider the full-wave rectified sinusoidal current in Table 17.3. ...
- 17.17.82: A band-limited voltage signal is found to have the complex Fourier ...

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