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## Re: Ok, new problem

**From**: |
Matthias Brennwald |

**Subject**: |
Re: Ok, new problem |

**Date**: |
Mon, 19 Nov 2007 12:56:52 +0100 |

On Sun, 2007-11-18 at 14:36 -0600, address@hidden wrote:
>* > Apart from this: you are still using Fs in the sin (...)*
>* functions...*
>* *
>* It is OK to have Fs in the sin functions.*
Not with the definition of the time vector (t) I used in my previous
post.
>* 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.*
Uhm, this is rather a question of which text book is used as a reference
and a matter of taste of how one likes to define his or her variables.
Matthias