Hi All,

Lets say we want to calculate the Complex Fourier Series Coefficients of a signal. Lets say this signal is periodic with T=2.

Its signal looks like this

http://i396.photobucket.com/albums/pp47/ohwcomp/Q1.jpg

Looks like a sawtooth signal but with no negative bit. How do I express this signal x(t) = ?

Then how do I calculate these Complex Fourier Series Coefficients? Im really stuck and not too sure on the theory either. I understand that the signal can be expressed a sum of two sinusoids etc that have the same fundamental frequency which is a multiple of the period. Thus using Eulers formula can be written in phasor form but where do I go from here?

Thanks in advance!

Lets say we want to calculate the Complex Fourier Series Coefficients of a signal. Lets say this signal is periodic with T=2.

Its signal looks like this

Looks like a sawtooth signal but with no negative bit. How do I express this signal x(t) = ?

Then how do I calculate these Complex Fourier Series Coefficients? Im really stuck and not too sure on the theory either. I understand that the signal can be expressed a sum of two sinusoids etc that have the same fundamental frequency which is a multiple of the period. Thus using Eulers formula can be written in phasor form but where do I go from here?

Thanks in advance!

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