3 Comments on “Chapter 2 – Complex representation of continuous-time periodic signals

  1. Hi,
    Nice to see that you have converted the file into a pdf format and given more details. But I really miss your old webpage. It was one of the most well explained and well illustrated page of the exponential function in the whole of the internet and I used to visit it frequently when I had any technical doubts. Sorry to see that it has just vanished! Is there anyway you can also archive that page along with the current pdf just because of it’s better readability and illustrations.
    Rijo John

  2. Thank you very much for the tutorials.

    I think that in Figure 1, it should be a positive sine; in Figure 2, it should be a negative sine.

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