Lecture 3 Blog, ECE438 Fall 2014, Prof. Boutin

Friday August 29, 2013 (Week 1) - See Course Outline.


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In the third lecture, we began by observing how the scaling property of the Dirac delta can be used to simplify Fourier transform expressions involving Dirac deltas. We then defined the "rep" and "comb" operators. We finished the lecture by computing the Fourier transform of a rep, but we did not quite finish the computation.

Action items:

  • Begin working on the first homework. It is due next Friday (in class).


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