I need to write the Fourier series in the Trigonometric form up to 9th harmonic(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Fourier Series for Square Wave with odd symmetry

Peak value of 0.3 volts

Average value of zero

fundamental frequency of 1Hz

Is this right?

4*0.3V/(pi*N)*sin(Nt)? please respond I really need help and am very confused!!!

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# Posts: 1 How to write the Fourier series up to Nth harmonic?

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