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Electronics & communications engineering
Signals and Systems is a field of study in Electrical Engineering that deals with output input signals, and the mathematical representations between them. This representation is known as a system, and is defined with respect to four areas, Frequency, Time, s and z. The subject is studied under these four areas, putting together a total of eight divisions. Students are required to have a knowledge of all these tools in addition to the physics, circuit analysis, mathematics and transformations between the eight domains.
The concepts of Signals and Systems have found vast relevance in the engineering field and are also useful to the common man. As such, a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts is absolutely essential for engineers. Its study forms a foundation for further studies in areas related to Communication, Control Systems, and Signal Processing.
This edition of Signals And Systems is designed keeping in mind the questions that appear in many of the Indian university examinations. It is also useful for students who are preparing for the GATE, CES (IES), Public services and other competitive entrance examinations. It includes a brand new chapter on Sampling and several sub topics that have been added in the existing chapters. Questions related to Annamalai University, JNTU, UPTU and several other universities have been solved and included in the related chapters.
A major part of Signals And Systems comprises multiple choice questions, along with their answers and a number of solved examples. In all, the solved, practice and objective type of questions number 910, including 50 problems that are completely new. It has a comprehensive coverage of discrete-time signals and systems and continuous-time. Topics on Response of discrete-time LTI systems to complex exponential signals, Simplified Mathematics, Orthogonal Signals, First and second order continuous-time and discrete-time systems and have been included newly in this edition.
A few of the chapters in the book are Random Variables and Processes, Laplace Transform and Continuous-Time LTI Systems, State Space Analysis, and The Z-Transforms and Discrete-Time LTI Systems. TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1. Signals and Systems
Chapter 2. Linear Time-Invariant Systems
Chapter 3. Laplace Transform and Continuous-Time LTI Systems
Chapter 4. Sampling
Chapter 5. The Z-Transforms and Discrete-Time LTI Systems
Chapter 6. Fourier Analysis of Continuous-Time Signals & Systems
Chapter 7. Fourier Analysis of Discrete-Time Signals & Systems
Chapter 8. State Space Analysis
Chapter 9. Random Variables and Processes