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What are poles & zero in Real.......??

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MrAl

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HI Sir,

You are giving good example, but for me it will be better if you have a small images showing this property in real world, it will be far better....


Thanks very much..!!

Here's a drawing of a sine wave (red) and a delayed sine wave (blue). Note the blue one is zero for 0.25 seconds because the delay factor for that wave is 0.25.
 

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koolguy

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I think this is in time domain, if we considered i\t freq. or e^-jwt how it will be shown??

Thanks.
 

MrAl

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Hi again,


Is this what you wanted to see?
 

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MrAl

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Hello,

Not sure what you are asking. The table came from a book, "Engineering Circuit Analysis".
 

koolguy

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Its simple as in time domain, the signal is shifted in t sec. ,but-in freq. shifted upward only ,why ??
 

MrAl

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What do you mean shifted upward?
 

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koolguy

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A special thanks To MR AL. for the help & other member my exam of it is over so, no more discussion on it..............


The End.....................!!
 

MrAl

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Hello again,


I hope you did well on it :)
 
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