This Topic presents the Complex Fourier Series expressions, and provides
a physical interpretation of what it means; namely, that a
continuous-time period signal can be represented by an infinite
summation of complex phasors, whose frequencies are integer multiples of
a fundamental. The Topic briefly highlights the concept of a negative
frequency, and how pairs of phasors with positive and negative
frequencies combine together to give a real signal. The Topic then
considers two examples of calculating the Complex Fourier coefficients.
The first example has a single functional form over one period, whereas
the second example requires the region of integration to be split up.
ELEE08021 Sensor Networks and Data Analysis 2 Lectures -- School of Engineering, University of Edinburgh. Copyright James R. Hopgood and University of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom (UK). 2021.
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