We now start considering discrete–time signals. A discrete–time signal is a function (real or complex valued) whose argument runs over the integers, rather than over the real line. We shall use square brackets, as in x[n], for discrete–time signals and round parentheses, as in x(t), for continuous–time signals. This is the notation used in EECE 359 and EECE… (More)
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