Hi, I have been trawling all over the Internet for the mathmatical equation for a sawtooth wave. Can anyone help me???
What do you mean by "mathematical equation" - are you (for instance) referring to a time domain or frequency domain representation?
I have produced a sawtooth wave using a combination or even harmonics, but have been asked to provide a better representation of the wave using a simpler method. So by terms of simpler method it rules out Fourier analysis. What are you meaning by time domain or frequency domain representation?
The method used to calculate the sawtooth wave from a sine wave was = Asin(BӨ) Is there not a simple equation just for a sawtooth waveform??
In my previous post, I gave the exact equation for it. Are you instead desiring the Fourier expansion of a sawtooth wave? You can look that up in many math handbooks, such as page 455 of the CRC Standard Mathematical Tables, 26th edition. You need to phrase your question in a more detailed form to get an appropriate answer.
You can use the MOD function: http://techonthenet.com/excel/formulas/mod.php or a similar function that returns a remainder. See the attachment.