Signals and Systems

ISBN-10: 0195156617
ISBN-13: 9780195156614
Edition: 3rd 2004 (Revised)
Authors: Chi-Tsong Chen
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List price: $119.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/18/2004
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 448
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.090
Language: English

The third edition of Signals and Systems prepares students for real-world engineering applications. It is concise, focused, and practical. The text introduces basic concepts in signals and systems and their associated mathematical and computational tools. It also stresses the most important concepts in signal analysis (frequency spectra) and system analysis (stability and frequency responses) and uses them throughout, including the study of seismometers and accelerometers. Signals and Systems, 3/e, introduces every term carefully and develops every topic logically. It distinguishes amplitudes and magnitudes, as well as lumped and distributed systems. It presents engineering concepts as early as possible and discusses transform theory only as needed. Also, the text employs transfer functions and state-space equations only in the contexts where they are most efficient. Transfer functions are used exclusively in qualitative analysis and design, and state-space equations are used exclusively in computer computation and op-amp circuit implementation. Thus, the students' time is focused on learning only what can be immediately used. Including an author commentary on the best way to approach the text, Signals and Systems, 3/e, is ideal for sophomore- and junior-level undergraduate courses in systems and signals. It assumes a background in general physics (including simple circuit analysis), simple matrix operations, and basic calculus.

Preface
Each chapter ends with Problems.
Signals
Introduction
Continuous-Time (CT), Discrete-Time (DT), and Digital Signals
Elementary CT Signals
Manipulations of CT Signals
Impulse
Elementary DT Signals and Their Manipulations
CT Sinusoidal Signals
DT Sinusoidal Sequences and Nyquist Frequency Range
Sampling and Frequency Aliasing
Systems
Introduction
CT Systems with and without Memory
The Concept of State-Set of Initial Conditions
Linearity of Memory-less Systems
Time Invariance and its Implication
Implications of Linearity and Time Invariance-Zero-State Responses
Modeling CT LTI Lumped Systems
Ideal Operational Amplifiers
Ideal Diodes and Rectifiers
LTI Discrete-Time Systems
Conclusion
Convolutions, Difference and Differential Equations
Introduction
DT Impulse Responses
DT LTI Systems: Discrete Convolutions
DT LTIL Systems: Difference Equations
General Form of Difference Equations
CT LTI Systems: Integral Convolutions
CT LTIL Systems: Differential equations
Frequency Spectra of CT Signals
Introduction
Fourier Series of Periodic Signals: Frequency Components
Fourier Transform: Frequency Spectra
Properties of Frequency Spectra
Frequency Spectra of CT Periodic Signals
Effects of Truncation
Time-Limited Bandlimited Theorem
Sampling Theorem and FFT Spectral Computation
Introduction
Frequency Spectra of DT Signals
Nyquist Sampling Theorem
Computing frequency spectra of DT signals
FFT Spectral Computation of DT Signals
FFT Spectral Computation of CT Signals
CT Transfer Functions: Laplace Transform
Introduction
Laplace Transform
Transfer Functions
Properties of Laplace Transform
Inverse Laplace Transform
Significance of Poles and Zeros
Stability
Frequency Responses
From Laplace Transform to Fourier Transform
Frequency Responses and Frequency Spectra
Concluding Remarks
Realization, Characterization, and Identification
Introduction
Realizations
Basic Block Diagrams
Computer Computation of State-Space Equations
Developing State-Space Equations
Complete Characterization by Transfer Functions
Identification by Measuring Frequency Responses
Model Reduction, Feedback, and Modulation
Introduction
Op-Amp Circuits Using Single-Pole Model
Seismometers and Accelerometers
Composite Systems
Sinusoidal Generators
Feedback Model of Op-Amp Circuits
Modulation
AM Modulation and Asynchronous Demodulation
DT Transfer Functions: z-Transform
Introduction
z-transform
DT Transfer Functions
Properties of z-Transform
Inverse z-Transform
Significance of Poles and Zeros
Stability
Frequency Responses
Frequency Responses and Frequency Spectra
Digital Processing of CT Signals
DT State-Space Equations and Realizations
Introduction
From Difference Equations to Basic Block Diagrams
Realizations
MatlabRG Computation
Complete Characterization by Transfer Functions
References
Answers to Selected Problems
Index

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