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Test: Fourier Series Representation of Continuous Periodic Signals - Question 1

The average value of the periodic waveform shown.

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The average value


Test: Fourier Series Representation of Continuous Periodic Signals - Question 2

The Fourier series coefficient of a periodic signal, x(t) is defined as

Which of the following statement is correct.

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CASE 1: Let us assume that x(t) is real, then x(t) = x*(t). This implies that for x(t) to be real, ak = a*-k. Since this is not true. So, x(t) is not real.
CASE 2: Let us assume that x(t) is even, then x(t) = x(-t) and ak = a–k. Since this is true for this case, hence x(t) is even.
CASE 3: Let us assume

Therefore,

Since bk is not even, So, g(t) is not even.

Test: Fourier Series Representation of Continuous Periodic Signals - Question 3

Find the value of A and B for signal, g(t) = Ay (Bt), such that y(t) = x (t) * h(t) and g(t) = x(3t) * h (3t) is

Detailed Solution for Test: Fourier Series Representation of Continuous Periodic Signals - Question 3

We know that,

Given form is,

So, we can write it as,

Comparing both equations, we get,

Taking Inverse Fourier Transform,

Comparing with given signal, g(t) = Ay (Bt)
A = 1/3 and B = 3

Test: Fourier Series Representation of Continuous Periodic Signals - Question 4

The ratio of powers present in 3rd harmonic to 5th harmonic for a square periodic signal.

Detailed Solution for Test: Fourier Series Representation of Continuous Periodic Signals - Question 4

We know that from Fourier Series coefficient of square periodic signal, power is proportional to (1/n2).



-  P3   =  (1/3)2

- P5  = (1/5)2

Ratio of Powers =  

Test: Fourier Series Representation of Continuous Periodic Signals - Question 5

For a signal u(sint); Fourier series is having

Detailed Solution for Test: Fourier Series Representation of Continuous Periodic Signals - Question 5

Given x(t) = u(sint)
Drawing waveform

We know for waveform like y(t) shown

DC component is zero and have sine odd harmonics.
Performing upward shift in y(t) by adding dc value of 0.5, then
x(t) = y(t) + 0.5
So, x(t) → DC + sine odd harmonics

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