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How to create a complex transfer function?
There is a transfer function I want to write in my script but when I attempt to do so, it gives me an error with the following m...

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Determine if the data contains a 50 Hz sine wave and if so, over what time period..
Question: The file prob2_33_data.mat contains a signal x (fs = 500 Hz). Determine if this signal contains a 50-Hz sine wave and...

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Plot a graph with this code.
I was trying to plot a graph when it was not working. It should plot the cross-correlation function. Can anyone look at the code...

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What is the purpose of this code?
What is the purpose of this code? Sorry, I do not have the function for signal, but I hope the code is enpugh for you to answer ...

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Make the half note rest for two beats
I'm trying to make a code that would play Twinkle Twinkle Little Star with two functions, one that generates the note (function ...

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Calculate the sum of two RMS values and theoretical RMS.
2.19 Verify Equation 2.28 using simulated data. Generate two 1000-point random waveforms using randn. Make one waveform twice t...

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Calculate and plot linear amplitude versus linear frequency.
The only thing I need from this question is to make a plot of linear amplitude vs linear frequency and how to make my plots so t...

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I need help plotting points with * symbol at intervals equal to Ts = 1/fs = 1/7s (Here is my code)?
Question: Simulate the sampling of this waveform at fs = 7 Hz by plotting a * symbol at intervals equal to Ts = 1/fs = 1/7 s. ...

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