|Dec4-12, 11:05 PM||#1|
What is the decay rate in s
I'm studying Laplace transform right now. And I am trying to understand the s variable in the s-plane. I found online that s = σ + jω where ω is the frequency and σ is the decay rate. Frequency is pretty easy to understand but I can't seem to find anywhere that explains what is the decay rate. Can anybody help please?
|Dec5-12, 01:27 AM||#2|
Welcome to PF;
Have a look at how the variable s is used ... what happens when you vary that sigma?
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