Getting mixed signals in your signals and systems course?
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From Laplace Transforms to Fourier Analyses, Signals & Systems For Dummies explains in plain English the difficult concepts that can trip you up. Perfect as a study aid or to complement your classroom texts, this friendly, hands-on guide makes it easy to figure out the fundamentals of signal and system analysis. * Serves as a useful tool for electrical and computer engineering students looking to grasp signal and system analysis * Provides helpful explanations of complex concepts and techniques related to signals and systems * Includes worked-through examples of real-world applications using Python, an open-source software tool, as well as a custom function module written for the book * Brings you up-to-speed on the concepts and formulas you need to know
Signals & Systems For Dummies is your ticket to scoring high in your introductory signals and systems course.
Mark Wickert, PhD, is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. He is a member of the IEEE and is doing real signals and systems problem solving as a consultant with local industry.