By Andreas Antoniou

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1, then x(t) can be represented in the time domain by the graph in Fig. 1 or by the graphs in Fig. 3b and c. The usefulness of a frequency-domain or simply spectral representation can be well appreciated by comparing the time- and frequency-domain representations in Fig. 3. The time-domain representation shows that what we have is a noise-like periodic signal. Its periodicity is to be expected as the signal is made up of a sum of sinusoidal components that are periodic. The frequency-domain representation, on the other hand, provides a fairly detailed and meaningful description of the individual frequency components, namely, their frequencies, amplitudes, and phase angles.

3) k=−∞ 1 Jean Baptiste Joseph Fourier (1768–1830) was a French mathematician who was taught by Lagrange and Laplace. He got himself involved with the French Revolution and in due course joined Napoleon’s army in the invasion of Egypt as a scientiﬁc advisor. The series named after him emerged while Fourier was studying the propagation of heat in solid bodies after his return from Egypt. THE FOURIER SERIES AND FOURIER TRANSFORM 31 where ω0 = 2π/τ0 . The coefﬁcients2 {X k } can be deduced by multiplying both sides of Eq.

3) k=−∞ 1 Jean Baptiste Joseph Fourier (1768–1830) was a French mathematician who was taught by Lagrange and Laplace. He got himself involved with the French Revolution and in due course joined Napoleon’s army in the invasion of Egypt as a scientiﬁc advisor. The series named after him emerged while Fourier was studying the propagation of heat in solid bodies after his return from Egypt. THE FOURIER SERIES AND FOURIER TRANSFORM 31 where ω0 = 2π/τ0 . The coefﬁcients2 {X k } can be deduced by multiplying both sides of Eq.