Hi guys ,,, I'm studying the Convolution from Signals & systems course, usually i have X(t): input signal and h(t): response to find y(t)utput signal of a system as y(t) = x(t)* h(t) = ∫x(τ) h(t-τ) dτ = ∫h(τ) x(t-τ) dτ But How we can find h(t) if we have x(t) & y(t)?? really i tried to find it but i have confused,, i attached photo with two examples A & B and assume that y(t) is an arbitrary function . In example A ,, x(t) represents u(t):unit-step function so the Y(t) represents S(t) ==> H(t) = d/dt( S(t) ) = d/dt( exp(-t) ) = -exp(-t) Is it correct ?? In example B ,, x(t) represents the rect function u(t)-u(t-1) so the Y(t) represents S(t)-S(t-1) ==> H(t) = d/dt( S(t)-S(t-1) ) = ?? Is it correct ?? and Is there a General method to find H(t)??
Hi, Do you know Laplace transform? Where: *: convolution operator And F(s), G(s) are the Laplace transform of f(t), g(t), respectively. Therefore, in your case: y(t) = x(t)* h(t) Lapace transform: From which:
Here is an example for case A: x(t) = u(t) In your picture, y(t) is not e^(-t ). Let's assume that y(t) have this form: y(t) = 0 for t< a y(t) = e^(-t ) for t>= a And therefore we can rewrite it as follows: y(t) = e^(-t ).u(t-a) PS. Hope I didn't make any mistake.
yes, i solved it as attached photo(A) and verified it. and i tried to solve example B as attached photo(B). Is it correct?? if correct how we can complete it thanx 4 your help Mr. Anhnha
For part A. Here is my opinion: There are two ways to write your function: 1. 2. #1 and #2 are the same. You wrote it like this: I don't think it is incorrect but it is redundant. already says that y(t) = 0 for t<a. And your solution for part A is correct. Now I recognize that I did make a few mistakes. I will check part B now.
For part B, here is my view. You have to check that if it is correct or not. x(t) = u(t) - u(t-1) y(t) = s(t) - s(t-1) And therefore H(s) is same as in case A.
I have another question as attached photo ,, Given the impulse response as a rect(t-2/2) and required the unit-step response i tried to get it by S(t)=∫h(t) dt but i faced the problem with integration of the unit-step function...
Well, you know that u(t-1) - u(t-3) is equal to 1 for t= [1; 3] and zero otherwise, right? BTW, I think you should research to know why your method h(t) = ds(t)/dt doesn't work. I don't remember it now. Hope someone can help.
I think your paper may be misprinted. Maybe, the exercise is like this: Given unit step response rect((t-2)/2) Find: unit impulse response
I'm not following some of your notation. What is the difference between y(t) and Y(t)? What is S(t)? You don't need others to tell you if your proposed answer is correct or not. Once you have found what you believe is h(t), then convolve it with x(t) and see if you get the correct y(t). You need to start developing the ability to check your own work. The people paying you will be paying you precisely because they need to solve problems that they don't know the answer to.