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x(t)=rect(t) sin(2*pi*t)?

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mathrocks

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x(t)=rect(t) sin(2*pi*t)?

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Antiphon

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mathrocks said:

x(t)=rect(t) sin(2*pi*t)?

You would assume that X(t) is a voltage on a resistor and compute the

time integral of [tex] 1/2 x^2(t) /R[/tex].

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balakrishnan_v

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0.5 is the energy

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abdo375

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to find the signals energy you need to find

the limit when t tends to infinity of the the integration of the square of the given function over it's period

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