Our everyday interaction with the environment takes place by means of signals of many types. The sense of sight is based on light signals; the sense of hearing and the ability to speak are based on sound signals; and electromagnetic signals open the doors to the fantastic world of telecommunications.
KeywordsDiscrete Fourier Transform Original Signal Functional Model Signal Theory Space Domain
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