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The pulse in the figure is then written T centered Inserting v ( t ) in Eq. (4) yields = AT sinc fr so V(0) = A T , which clearly equals the pulse's area. The corresponding spectrum, plotted in Fig. 2-2, should be compared with Fig. 1-8 to illustrate the sirnilarities and differences between Line spectra and continuous spectra. Further inspection of Fig. 2-2 reveals that the significant portion of the spectrum is in the range If \ < 117 since ~ ( f ) < (< IV(O)( for (f1 > 117. " Now if the pulse duration is reduced (small T), the frequency width is increased, whereas increasing the duration reduces the spectral width.
JOO . +A - e-j6e-ju~ 2 so we now have apnir of conjugate phasors. The corresponding phasor diagram and line spectrum are shown in Fig. 2 . 1 4 . The phasor diagram consists of two phasors with equal lengths but opposite angles and directions of rotation. The phasor sum always falls along the real axis to yield A cos (mot + 4). The amplitude spectrum has even symmetry while the phase spectrum has odd symmetry because we are dealing with conjugate phasors. This symmetry appears more vividly in Fig.
1 still taking r/TO = f0 T = 114 ( 2 ~ l m ) ( s irnl41. n Thus A ~ ( t= ) -+ 4 SO Line Spectra and Fourier Series c0 = A14 and 1 2 4 = (2Al4) Isinc n/4/ = V ~ COS A Uo t + A d 2A COS 20, t + -COS 30, t f 7 3%%- Summing terms through the third harmonic gives the approximation of u(t) sketched in Fig. 1-9n. This approximation contains the gross features of the pulse train but lacks sharp comers. A more accurate approximation shown in Fig. 1-9b comprises all components through the seventh harmonic.