- 18.1: Determine the fundamental frequency, fundamental radian frequency, ...
- 18.2: Plot multiple periods of the first, third, and fifth harmonics on t...
- 18.3: Calculate a0 for the following: (a) 4 sin 4t; (b) 4 cos 4t; (c) 4 +...
- 18.4: Compute a0, a1, and b1 for the following functions: (a) 2 cos 3t; (...
- 18.5: (a) Calculate the Fourier coefficients a0, a1, a2, a3, b1, b2, and ...
- 18.6: (a) Compute the Fourier coefficients a0, a1, a2, a3, a4, b1, b2, b3...
- 18.7: For the periodic waveform f(t) represented in Fig. 18.29, calculate...
- 18.8: With respect to the periodic waveform sketched in Fig. 18.29, let g...
- 18.9: With respect to the periodic waveform g(t) sketched in Fig. 18.28, ...
- 18.10: Determine expressions for an and bn for g(t 1) if the periodic wave...
- 18.11: Plot the line spectrum (limited to the six largest terms) for the w...
- 18.12: Plot the line spectrum (limited to the five largest terms) for the ...
- 18.13: Plot the line spectrum (limited to the five largest terms) for the ...
- 18.14: State whether the following exhibit odd symmetry, even symmetry, an...
- 18.15: Determine whether the following exhibit odd symmetry, even symmetry...
- 18.16: The nonperiodic waveform g(t) is defined in Fig. 18.30. Use it to c...
- 18.17: Calculate a0, a1, a2, a3 and b1, b2, b3 for the periodic waveform v...
- 18.18: The waveform of Fig. 18.31 is shifted to create a new waveform such...
- 18.19: Design a triangular waveform having a peak magnitude of 3, a period...
- 18.20: Make use of symmetry as much as possible to obtain numerical values...
- 18.21: For the circuit of Fig. 18.33a, calculate v(t) if is(t) is given by...
- 18.22: If the waveform shown in Fig. 18.34 is applied to the circuit of Fi...
- 18.23: The circuit of Fig. 18.35a is subjected to the waveform depicted in...
- 18.25: If the current waveform of Fig. 18.36 is applied to the circuit of ...
- 18.26: Let the function v(t) be defined as indicated in Fig. 18.10. Determ...
- 18.27: Calculate c0, c1, and c2 for the waveform of Fig. 18.36.
- 18.28: Determine the first five terms of the exponential Fourier series re...
- 18.29: For the periodic waveform shown in Fig. 18.37, determine (a) the pe...
- 18.30: For the periodic waveform represented in Fig. 18.38, calculate (a) ...
- 18.31: A pulse sequence has a period of 5 s, an amplitude of unity for 0.6...
- 18.32: Let a periodic voltage vs(t) is equal to 40 V for 0 < t < 1 96 s, a...
- 18.33: Given g(t) = 5 1 < t < 1 0 elsewhere $ sketch (a) g(t); (b) G( j).
- 18.34: For the function v(t) = 2u(t) 2u(t + 2) + 2u(t + 4) 2u(t + 6) V, sk...
- 18.35: Employ Eq. [46a] to calculate G(j) if g(t) is (a) 5et u(t); (b) 5te...
- 18.36: Obtain the Fourier transform F(j) of the single triangle pulse plot...
- 18.37: Determine the Fourier transform F(j) of the single sinusoidal pulse...
- 18.38: For g(t) = 3et u(t), calculate (a) G( j); (b) Ag(1); (c) Bg(1); (d)...
- 18.40: Given that v(t) = 4e|t| V, calculate the frequency range in which 8...
- 18.41: Calculate the 1 energy associated with the function f (t) = 4te3t u...
- 18.42: Use the definition of the Fourier transform to prove the following ...
- 18.43: Determine the Fourier transform of the following: (a); 5u(t) 2 sgn(...
- 18.44: Find the Fourier transform of each of the following: (a) 85u(t + 2)...
- 18.45: Sketch f(t) and |F(j)| if f(t) is given by (a) 2 cos 10t; (b) e4t u...
- 18.46: Determine f(t) if F(j) is given by (a) 4(); (b) 2/(5000 + j); (c) e...
- 18.47: Obtain an expression for f(t) if F(j) is given by (a) j 231 ; (b) 1...
- 18.48: Calculate the Fourier transform of the following functions: (a) 2 c...
- 18.49: Determine the Fourier transform of the periodic function g(t), whic...
- 18.50: If F(j) = 20 n=1[1/(|n|! + 1)]( 20n), find the value of f (0.05).
- 18.51: Given the periodic waveform shown in Fig. 18.42, determine its Four...
- 18.52: If a system is described by transfer function h(t) = 2u(t) + 2u(t 1...
- 18.53: Given the input function x(t) = 5e5t u(t), employ convolution to ob...
- 18.54: (a) Design a noninverting amplifier having a gain of 10. If the cir...
- 18.55: a) Design an inverting amplifier having a gain of 5. If the circuit...
- 18.56: With respect to the circuit of Fig. 18.43, calculate vo(t) using Fo...
- 18.57: After the inductor of Fig. 18.43 is surreptitiously replaced with a...
- 18.58: Employ Fourier-based techniques to calculate vC(t) as labeled in Fi...
- 18.59: Employ Fourier-based techniques to calculate vo(t) as labeled in Fi...
- 18.60: Employ Fourier-based techniques to calculate vo(t) as labeled in Fi...
- 18.61: Apply the pulse waveform of Fig. 18.46a as the voltage input vi(t) ...
- 18.62: Apply the pulse waveform of Fig. 18.46b as the voltage input vi(t) ...
- 18.63: Apply the pulse waveform of Fig. 18.46a as the voltage input vi(t) ...
- 18.64: Apply the pulse waveform of Fig. 18.46b as the voltage input vi(t) ...
- 18.65: Apply the pulse waveform of Fig. 18.46b as the voltage input vi(t) ...

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