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## Contents of the Discrete Time Signals PDF

### List of 14 Discrete Time Signals Formulas

Bilinear Transformation Frequency
Cutoff Angular Frequency
Damping Coefficient of Second Order Transmittance
Fourier Transform of Rectangular Window
Frequency Dirac Comb Angle
Hamming Window
Hanning Window
Initial Frequency of Dirac Comb Angle
Inverse Transmittance Filtering
Maximal Variation of Cutoff Angular Frequency
Natural Angular Frequency of Second Order Transmittance
Sampling Frequency of Bilinear
Transmittance Filtering
Triangular Window

### Variables used in Discrete Time Signals PDF

1. Cin Initial Capacitance (Farad)
2. fb Bilinear Frequency (Hertz)
3. fc Distortion Frequency (Hertz)
4. fce Central Frequency (Hertz)
5. fe Sampling Frequency (Hertz)
6. finp Input Periodic Frequency (Hertz)
7. fo Initial Frequency (Hertz)
8. K Clock Count (Second)
9. Kf Transmittance Filtering
10. Kn Inverse Transmittance Filtering
11. Lo Input Inductance (Henry)
12. M Maximal Variation
13. n Number of Samples
14. Rin Input Resistance (Ohm)
15. To Unlimited Time Signal
16. Whm Hamming Window
17. Whn Hanning Window
18. Wrn Rectangular Window
19. Wss Sample Signal Window
20. Wtn Triangular Window
21. ζo Damping Coefficient (Newton Second per Meter)
22. θ Signal Angle (Radian)
23. ωco Cutoff Angular Frequency (Radian per Second)
24. ωn Natural Angular Frequency (Radian per Second)

### Constants, Functions and Measurements used in Discrete Time Signals PDF

1. Constant: pi, 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288
Archimedes' constant
2. Function: arctan, arctan(Number)
Inverse trigonometric functions are usually accompanied by the prefix - arc. Mathematically, we represent arctan or the inverse tangent function as tan-1 x or arctan(x).
3. Function: cos, cos(Angle)
Cosine of an angle is the ratio of the side adjacent to the angle to the hypotenuse of the triangle.
4. Function: ctan, ctan(Angle)
Cotangent is a trigonometric function that is defined as the ratio of the adjacent side to the opposite side in a right triangle.
5. Function: sin, sin(Angle)
Sine is a trigonometric function that describes the ratio of the length of the opposite side of a right triangle to the length of the hypotenuse.
6. Function: sinc, sinc(Number)
The sinc function is a function that is frequently used in signal processing and the theory of Fourier transforms.
7. Function: sqrt, sqrt(Number)
A square root function is a function that takes a non-negative number as an input and returns the square root of the given input number.
8. Function: tan, tan(Angle)
The tangent of an angle is a trigonometric ratio of the length of the side opposite an angle to the length of the side adjacent to an angle in a right triangle.
9. Measurement: Time in Second (s)
Time Unit Conversion
Angle Unit Conversion
11. Measurement: Frequency in Hertz (Hz)
Frequency Unit Conversion
12. Measurement: Capacitance in Farad (F)
Capacitance Unit Conversion
13. Measurement: Electric Resistance in Ohm (Ω)
Electric Resistance Unit Conversion
14. Measurement: Inductance in Henry (H)
Inductance Unit Conversion
15. Measurement: Damping Coefficient in Newton Second per Meter (Ns/m)
Damping Coefficient Unit Conversion
16. Measurement: Angular Frequency in Radian per Second (rad/s)
Angular Frequency Unit Conversion

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