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Homework Help: Integral square error computation

  1. Oct 23, 2007 #1
    I am struggling computing the integral square error between two square waves. one is ideal and the other is assymetric.
    the equation for the assymetric is:
    A for |t|<=To/4+ε/2
    -A for (To/4)+(ε/2)<|t|<=To/2

    we were asked to plot the ideal( without the ε) and actual (or assymetric) waveforms and compute the integral square error between the two waveforms.

    I only have the final solution which is 4εA^2. I cannot find it
    Please can someone help me?

    Thank you
  2. jcsd
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