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Re: Ok, new problem

From: Doug Stewart
Subject: Re: Ok, new problem
Date: Sun, 18 Nov 2007 15:35:57 -0500
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Matthias Brennwald wrote:
On 18.11.2007, at 19:02, address@hidden wrote:


Try this:

Apart from this: you are still using Fs in the sin (...) functions...

It is OK to have Fs in the sin functions.

In continuous time domain the independent variable is "t" time but in discrete time space the independent variable is usually designated as "KT" where T ="tau" =1/Fs and K is a counting number. Thus K/Fs is the independent variable that he is using which is correct. It might not be the fastest way to do it but it is text book correct.

My students do similar labs and I insist that they do it this way for readability at the first. If It was for commercial production then for speed reasons you would do it other ways. :-)

Doug Stewart

Doug Stewart


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