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I need help with the following question:
Derive the expression for coefficients of Fourier series in exponential form for the sequence of **rectangular** **pulse**s (with amplitude A, period T and duration θ) shown in this image:
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Derive the expression for signal power depending on the coeffi

Elementary Electronic Questions :: 03-12-2017 21:51 :: userXY :: Replies: **2** :: Views: **596**

SNR is defined as the signal power over noise power. For an AWGN with PSD N_0, the noise power is WN_0. So:
SNR=P/(W\,N_0)=(P/W)/N_0=PT_b/N_0=E_b/N_0,
PT_b=E_b, and W~1/T_b for **rectangular** **pulse** signal.

Digital communication :: 09-12-2016 18:50 :: David83 :: Replies: **1** :: Views: **661**

70% AND SQUARE WAVE is an OXYMORON.
Anything not 50% is a **rectangular** **pulse** .
using positive logic 0% is low 100% is high.
the timer length reduces output frequency by n which is the total counts for Ton + Toff.
Choose any value of n such as 1024.

Microcontrollers :: 03-15-2015 16:21 :: SunnySkyguy :: Replies: **2** :: Views: **1357**

Hello all,
I am trying to understand sampling from the following:
Suppose the channel im**pulse** response is given by:
h(\tau)=h\delta(\tau)
and the transmitted signal is:
s(t)=\sum_ks_kg(t-kT_s)
where {s_k} are the transmitted symbols and g(t) is a **rectangular** **pulse** of duratuion Ts the sample time. The received

Digital communication :: 03-25-2014 17:20 :: David83 :: Replies: **0** :: Views: **419**

I want to give heated **pulse** input to a port of **rectangular** waveguide having a material (Dielectric block) placed in it for just a few neno seconds (ns), and want to see the heat **pulse** response of that dielectric block . I am facing problem in giving heat **pulse** input to a port 1.
Help me in this regard,
Thanks.

RF, Microwave, Antennas and Optics :: 01-01-2014 10:24 :: abdul.1991 :: Replies: **0** :: Views: **1264**

Hello all,
I am trying to do something particular in MATLAB, which is very similar, but not the same as, transmitting a signal over ISI channel using SC-FDE.
Suppose the transmitted signal is given by:
s(t)=\sum_{k=-N_g}^{N_d-1}d_g\,g(t-kT_s)
where g(t) is a **rectangular** **pulse** of duration Ts (the symbol duration), d_k are (bi

Digital communication :: 12-05-2013 22:37 :: David83 :: Replies: **0** :: Views: **473**

Hi ,
I had the following doubt in dtft of **rectangular** **pulse** :
When we take fft of a **rectangular** **pulse** say h(n)=1 for n=0 to N-1.
Then in some books i reffered give the dtft as sinc function only. But why don't they consider the exponential term with sinc function.
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Thanks and reg

Digital Signal Processing :: 11-11-2013 18:01 :: prathamesh29 :: Replies: **0** :: Views: **597**

Hi,
I want to generate a **rectangular** **pulse** of the figure as attached. I tried various functions available in matlab(pulstran, rectpuls) and code available on the internet but could not produce it.
The last code I tried-
fs = 0.25; % sample freq
D = '; % **pulse** delay times
t = 0 : 1/fs :

Digital Signal Processing :: 11-06-2013 15:35 :: rameshrai :: Replies: **0** :: Views: **1216**

(Im)**pulse** signals can have any form: from a Dirac **pulse** over the Gaussian bell curve, sine-, logarithmic- or exponential-shaped forms up to square (or **rectangular**) **pulse**s.
So the Gaussian p

Analog Circuit Design :: 09-02-2013 22:55 :: erikl :: Replies: **4** :: Views: **618**

Time shifted signals are very important in the analysis of LTI (linear time invariant) systems and in DSP. Usually you can decompose a complicated signal into basic time shifted signals. And analyze each signal and then apply superposition. For example a **rectangular** **pulse** can be represented by two shifted unit steps.
Time shifted im**pulse**s (...)

PLD, SPLD, GAL, CPLD, FPGA Design :: 07-12-2013 01:26 :: albert22 :: Replies: **3** :: Views: **473**

Hello,
I want to generate the following signal in MATLAB. How can I do that?
s(t)=\sum_{n=0}^{N-1}s_nR(t-nT_s)
where R(t) is a **rectangular** **pulse** of length Ts, and s_n are BPSK symbols
Thanks

Digital communication :: 03-24-2013 18:43 :: David83 :: Replies: **1** :: Views: **782**

The duty cycle is defined as the ratio between the **pulse** duration and the period of a **rectangular** waveform
In a monostable you only have the duration of the **pulse** but not the period so no duty cycle can be calculated.
If for any reason the monostable is part of a bigger circuit and is trig

Elementary Electronic Questions :: 11-04-2012 21:32 :: alexan_e :: Replies: **32** :: Views: **3877**

Hello everyone,
I am searching for fast MOSFET to generate a single **rectangular** narrow **pulse** (+100V,-100V) with period (13ns - 50nSec variable). Load is 300pf capacitive. +/- 100V power supply lines are given.
I am searching for fast MOSFETs and I came across STN4NF20L with Qg (Total Gate Charge) of 0.9 nC. However Qgs = 2.6nC and Qgd = 6.9 n

Power Electronics :: 09-20-2012 17:54 :: a_alavi :: Replies: **1** :: Views: **1008**

Hello,
See it as a **rectangular** voltage **pulse** U with area = 1, now halve the duration. You will need to increase the heigth with factor two to maintain area = 1.
As energy = integral(U^2*dt), the energy will double each time you halve the time duration. The power (U^2) will rise four times each time you halve the duration.
When duration

Digital Signal Processing :: 08-17-2012 21:53 :: WimRFP :: Replies: **1** :: Views: **1602**

Need a clever simple little circuit to generate a brief **rectangular** **pulse**, each cycle of a sine wave. Also need to be able to sweep the point at which this **pulse** starts (width can be fixed), on sine waves ranging between 5Hz and 50Hz.
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Can anyone direct me to such a circuit?

Analog Circuit Design :: 02-27-2012 19:17 :: jmarkwolf :: Replies: **2** :: Views: **631**

Yes, it would charge instantaneously.
Start thinking in a **rectangular** **pulse** with duration "T" and amplitude 1/T. Plot how the C charges (towards the asymptot 1/T) and discharges towards the asymptot 0) with exponential shapes.
Now make T more and more short. The amplitude will be more and more high. C will charge with more and more slope towards th

Analog Circuit Design :: 10-13-2011 15:50 :: zorro :: Replies: **11** :: Views: **1056**

YoWinRFP is correct. You can control the reverse recovery time by controlling TT parameter of diode model. In SPICE you would not get the initial **rectangular** portion of reverse recovery wave shape, you will get mostly the triangular type shape.

Electromagnetic Design and Simulation :: 08-30-2011 10:44 :: atripathi :: Replies: **3** :: Views: **1936**

Hi everyone!
I am looking for a circuit which can transform from **rectangular** **pulse** into triangle **pulse**. Does any one help me.
Thank a lot
PS: The circuit must operate at 40KHz

Professional Hardware and Electronics Design :: 03-24-2011 17:08 :: nobitavn89 :: Replies: **2** :: Views: **1352**

Dear all
How to find the phase difference between two **rectangular** **pulse** trains which has same frequency but different phase
regards
M Kalyansrinivas

Digital Signal Processing :: 01-04-2011 06:46 :: kalyansrinivas :: Replies: **9** :: Views: **3809**

if you want 10Mbps with **rectangular** **pulse** shaping, then choose Fs as 10MHz or so I think.

Digital communication :: 09-29-2010 16:40 :: Communications_Engineer :: Replies: **3** :: Views: **1310**

Hi,
I'm using the DSP processor(C6713 ) for the first time and i cant find its c header file in CCS.Does anyone have it

Digital Signal Processing :: 09-23-2010 03:19 :: arko :: Replies: **0** :: Views: **689**

Hi there, I have the following system
x(t)-->| h(t) |---->y(t)
where X(w) = 0.5rect(w/8000*pi) and H(w) = triangle(w/2000*pi). With this I'm trying to find the output frequency Y(w) but I dont know how to multiply these two together?.

Digital Signal Processing :: 09-09-2010 01:19 :: silent7 :: Replies: **3** :: Views: **2839**

for upconversion with **rectangular** **pulse**, I think the the carrier should be 2*0.5 MHz.
What is your boss' view?

Digital communication :: 08-29-2010 13:18 :: Communications_Engineer :: Replies: **5** :: Views: **601**

Hi! I am trying to study the effect of slew rate on the output of a buffer , for different values of frequency and amplitude (of the an input I use a **rectangular** **pulse**(V**pulse**).Does anyone know which model of opamp I should use on Pspice ? I tried to use LM741 but I think it didn't work.
Thank you

Analog Circuit Design :: 06-05-2010 10:30 :: abbey :: Replies: **2** :: Views: **1739**

Hi there, I have been simulating a system in matlab.
So Im not good with communication basics and im very new to it.
Here is the problem.
Im using rect**pulse** function from matlab, the it needs a sampling rate to generate rect**pulse** from random bits.
So the sampling rate is calculated using,
n=sampling frequency/bit rate,

Digital communication :: 05-27-2010 18:59 :: thavamaran :: Replies: **0** :: Views: **1031**

Hi all,
I m using matlab with a Data Acquisition Board.
I must program with matlab signals to send them from the DAQ board to a sensor connected to it.
This sensor must take 40 kHz.
I figured such frequency can´t be generated with a normal M-File, so i must make a MEX-File with C/C++.
Can someone help me with this. I don´t know how to start.

Digital communication :: 04-26-2010 19:49 :: Mjama :: Replies: **0** :: Views: **1204**

Thanks for pointing to this nice application note. I didn't expect a profound avalanche **pulse** generator design from this side.
A delay line **pulse** generator, as utilized in this circuit, is an effective way to achieve **rectangular** **pulse**s with an avalanche
switch. For 200 V output voltage, you most likely need cascaded (...)

Analog Circuit Design :: 03-11-2010 07:04 :: FvM :: Replies: **8** :: Views: **3444**

Hello,
In the book Communication Systems for Haykin I read that if the **pulse**s in **pulse** position modulation are ideal **rectangular** then the additive noise has no effect on the system. Why?
Thanks in advance

Digital communication :: 02-22-2010 14:32 :: saeddawoud :: Replies: **0** :: Views: **845**

clc;
clear all;
disp('M-Array ASK Modulation')
%create a random digital message
M=input ('M= '); %alphabet size
x=randint(input('Number of binary bit stream = '),1,M);
nsample=40; %oversampling rate.
%%
%%
%use M-ASK modulation to produce y
y=modulate(modem.qammod(M),x);
%%
%follow with **rectangular** **pulse** shaping. (...)

Digital communication :: 12-30-2009 15:00 :: Aya2002 :: Replies: **5** :: Views: **17173**

fc=2e9;
fs = 20e9; % sample freq
D = ' * 1e-9; % **pulse** delay times
t = 0 : 1/fs : 2500/fs; % signal evaluation time
w = 4e-9; % width of each **pulse**
yp = pulstran(t,D,@rectpuls,w);
if we plot this using will generate **rectangular** **pulse** train with amplite varying from 0

Digital communication :: 12-01-2009 08:38 :: ashokone :: Replies: **1** :: Views: **33157**

A short summary of the HP step recovery applications note could go like that: You can achieve a lot of really fast waveforms, but hardly a **rectangular** **pulse**...
I basically share biff44's opinion, that a fast transistor switch, e.g. the said laser **pulse**r, is a promising solution. The required 8-10 V however are restricting the available (...)

RF, Microwave, Antennas and Optics :: 06-03-2009 06:36 :: FvM :: Replies: **13** :: Views: **9625**

Hi,
I am not sure, it is answer to your question,
but doppler effect is here:
but **pulse**: what **pulse** do you need? **rectangular**? or one freguency ? **rectangular** puls is not one frequency. May be try

RF, Microwave, Antennas and Optics :: 05-11-2009 08:15 :: mauloftin :: Replies: **1** :: Views: **1046**

Hi super,
sinc(x) = sin(pi*x)/(pi*x)
It is the Fourier transform of a **rectangular** **pulse**.
Regards
Z

Analog Integrated Circuit (IC) Design, Layout and Fabrication :: 11-06-2007 15:43 :: zorro :: Replies: **5** :: Views: **1220**

usually it will be non-**rectangular**

Digital communication :: 10-31-2007 11:36 :: sameerbabu :: Replies: **4** :: Views: **1678**

These methods assume a **rectangular** **pulse** shape. They are not easily extendable to other **pulse** shapes( speaking of continous time sigma-delta )
What I need is a true jittered clock not a model of the effect of jitter
Thanks

Analog Integrated Circuit (IC) Design, Layout and Fabrication :: 08-16-2007 22:03 :: elbadry :: Replies: **3** :: Views: **5368**

Ok, I located the example problem. Frankly, I dont understand your question. Are you speaking about Figure 3.7?
The figure explains the effect of different fundamental period T of the **rectangular** **pulse**. If T = 4T1, meaning, the rectangle **pulse** lying in the origin extents from -2T1 to 2T1 and if T = 8T1, then same lies between -4T1 to 4T1. (...)

Digital communication :: 06-02-2007 18:56 :: cedance :: Replies: **4** :: Views: **1889**

Hi
your code is working perfectly, you can not see it clearly because the input im**pulse**s are too close to each other, I modified your code, run this
x=round(rand(1,16));
xk=(-1).^x; % BPSK symbols
xup=upsample(xk,300);
x=round(rand(1,16));
a=sqrt(100)*firrcos(255,0.05,1,2,'rolloff','sqrt');
x_Tx=filter(a,1,xup);
plot(x_Tx);
If you

Digital Signal Processing :: 02-15-2007 00:09 :: Sal :: Replies: **4** :: Views: **1133**

Hi..
As I understood your problem. You are saying that in texts authors always mention rectanglar **pulse** for analysis but in real world we would never use **rectangular** **pulse**s.
You are right after modulation we have **pulse** shaping block which shapes the **pulse** to make it compliant to spectrum. This (...)

Digital communication :: 10-13-2006 07:17 :: nitu :: Replies: **5** :: Views: **3115**

The raised cosine filter is a matched filter for **rectangular** **pulse**s. This means that it maximizes the signal to noise ratio at the center of the **pulse**.
This shape should be split between the transmitter and receiver. This split makes square root raised cosine filters at each end.

Digital communication :: 09-09-2006 19:03 :: flatulent :: Replies: **2** :: Views: **1644**

This is what you do: you approximate the actual power **pulse** with a **rectangular** **pulse** having the same amplitude as your actual **pulse** and a width (length) such that the area is equal to that of the original **pulse**.
For your exponential **pulse**, the equivalent **rectangular** power (...)

Elementary Electronic Questions :: 07-03-2006 06:45 :: VVV :: Replies: **3** :: Views: **1033**

Help!!!! Need simplest circuit giving single "clean" regtangular **pulse** of about 1 sec when AC power switched on, transformerless powered.:?:

Hobby Circuits and Small Projects Problems :: 05-29-2006 09:30 :: pqtam :: Replies: **0** :: Views: **1384**

Hi enjoypercy,
In the case of rectanguar shaped **pulse** (in time domain), the shape doesn'n respond to a raised-cosine function (in frequency domain).
If symbol shape is **rectangular** in time then the spectrum is a sinc function in frequency. In this case, the matched filter (in baseband) has **rectangular** im**pulse** response in (...)

Digital communication :: 04-24-2006 14:21 :: zorro :: Replies: **1** :: Views: **1517**

Analog Circuit Design :: 04-01-2006 11:44 :: IanP :: Replies: **2** :: Views: **1608**

Could anyone interpret the above statement for me ?
Is that means, a **rectangular** **pulse** with width of a, and is centred at point a ?
Please advice.

Elementary Electronic Questions :: 06-08-2005 14:30 :: wcz :: Replies: **3** :: Views: **1712**

As mentioned earlier, this circuit does seem like an astable multivibrator that that gives out a **rectangular** waveform of certain duty cycle.
The control of direction is done by the switch S1 that connects to the motor.
As for your question of connecting it to a remote control, I don't find this circuit capable of it.
It doesn't have any means of

Hobby Circuits and Small Projects Problems :: 05-21-2005 22:04 :: Ahmed Ragab :: Replies: **7** :: Views: **1561**

i have thos [project and my dead line in two days pleas can any one help me for doing this project i could also understande my pro need it to be written in matlab
Project 1.2. Consider a communication system that transmits a positive (negative) **rectangular** **pulse** with length T to represent 1 (0). Assume
1. p(1)=p(0)=1/2 and AWGN channel.
2.

Digital Signal Processing :: 02-02-2005 23:22 :: bassem11 :: Replies: **1** :: Views: **1568**

i habve this project and i need to finshed it two days pleas can any one help it should be written in matlab
Project 1.2. Consider a communication system that transmits a positive (negative) **rectangular** **pulse** with length T to represent 1 (0). Assume
1. p(1)=p(0)=1/2 and AWGN channel.
2. The capacitor is completely discharged before the arriva

Software Problems, Hints and Reviews :: 02-02-2005 23:24 :: bassem11 :: Replies: **0** :: Views: **1186**

Hello everyone,
My question is mostly theoretical, regarding the CST excistation function :
How does CST (or similar softwares) excite the model during a frequency sweep?
Assuming my purpose is S-Parameters of the model, why is it excited with a **rectangular** **pulse** or Gaussian, and not with a Continuous Sine Wave ?
Thanks al

RF, Microwave, Antennas and Optics :: 01-19-2005 17:40 :: eirp :: Replies: **2** :: Views: **1952**

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