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Signal Processing Tutorial: Continuous-Time Convolution Example (Part 1 - Intro)

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Published on Apr 20, 2008

http://FreedomUniversity.tv, john@e-liteworks.com, 719-963-5873. Contact Professor Santiago for multimedia ebooks. DVDs & online access for Convolution Example/Laplace Transform property & other topics.

Part 1 serves as an introduction to the convolution integral after discussing the discrete-time convolution based on previous videos. You can view the convolution as the inverse Laplace Transform of Y(s)=H(s)U(s) where Y(s), H(s), and U(s) are the Laplace Transform of the output response, impulse system response, and input signal, respectively. DVDs are in progress and are based on market demand on selected topics.

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