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This is a simple video tutorial to cover the basics of spectrum plots, an Analog Arts (http://analogarts.com/) oscilloscope. We review spectrum plots of a few waves and their frequency components. We cover the fact that a signal is a composition of a number of sinusoidal functions with given amplitude, frequency, and phase. We cover the sinusoidal function. We also analyze the composition of more complex signals.

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Signals can be represented as a function of the frequencies that make up the signal. This is called the spectrum. The spectrum displays the amplitude (and phase) as a function of the frequency of the sinusoidal components that make up the signal.
Views: 7714 Barry Van Veen

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Outlines the key points to understanding the matlab code which demonstrates various ways of visualising the frequency content of a signal at http://dadorran.wordpress.com/2014/02/17/plot_freq_spectrum/. This code is published in a more visually friendly way at http://dadorran.wordpress.com/2014/02/20/plotting-frequency-spectrum-using-matlab/
Views: 200127 David Dorran

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Visit http://ilectureonline.com for more math and science lectures! In this video I will explain the amplitude spectrum Fourier transform of a single pulse. Next video in this series can be seen at: https://youtu.be/dh8nDVgoXcQ
Views: 45627 Michel van Biezen

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Lecture Series on Estimation of Signals and Systems by Prof.S. Mukhopadhyay, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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http://biosignals.berndporr.me.uk Here I show how to plot a frequency spectrum of an ECG which has quite a substantial 50Hz interference using MATLAB/OCTAVE. I use the ECG lead aVF which we measured using a voltage divider. This creates a slight imbalance at the differential amplifier which makes it impossible to cancel out the 50Hz completely. Check out the clip where we recorded the augmented leads aVR, aVL and aVF. P.S.: there is one tiny mistake in it. Where is it? Hint: I'm pretty bad at counting!
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Lecture 6 (taught by grad students Albert Wildeman, Tahra Eissa) Frequency Domain Analysis: The Power Spectrum and Multi-Taper Estimate (CH 7 and Handout) Book: Signal Processing for Neuroscientists by Wim van Drongelen Course: Modeling and Signal Analysis for Neuroscientists
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Lecture 5B ( by Wim van Drongelen) Frequency Domain Analysis: The Fourier Transform and Power Spectrum (CH 6 and 7; ch 1) Book: Signal Processing for Neuroscientists by Wim van Drongelen Course: Modeling and Signal Analysis for Neuroscientists
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How to improve the DANL of the DSA800 series or DSA700 series spectrum analyzer. DSA800 series product page: https://www.rigolna.com/products/spectrum-analyzers/dsa800/ DSA700 series product page: https://www.rigolna.com/products/spectrum-analyzers/dsa700/
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We present the Need of transforming a time domain signal to a frequency Domain Using FOURIER SERIES RC filter Design:https: //youtu.be/P3GR6V_K5vk
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Lecture 6B Frequency Domain Analysis: The Power Spectrum, Lomb's Algorithm and Multi-Taper Estimate (CH 7 and Handout ) Book: Signal Processing for Neuroscientists by Wim van Drongelen Course: Modeling and Signal Analysis for Neuroscientists
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Department of Electrical Engineering, Uet Lahore. Fall 2018 Applied Probability and statistics Dr. Haroon Atique Babri
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Topics Covered: - Energy and Power spectrum - Correlation and Convolution - Fourier Transform of real and even/odd signal SUBSCRIBE! Also Enable Notifications by clicking bell button on channel page https://www.youtube.com/c/RenzymEducation?sub_confirmation=1 This course was taught at Abasyn University Islamabad http://www.abasynisb.edu.pk/
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This video provides and introduction to the concept of spectrum (frequency content of a signal) and signal analysis in the frequency domain
Views: 2982 Mateo Aboy

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http://AllSignalProcessing.com for more great signal processing content, including concept/screenshot files, quizzes, MATLAB and data files. Coherence and the cross spectrum describe the relationship between two random signals in the frequency domain based on their second order statistics (auto and cross correlation). The cross spectrum is the DTFT of the cross correlation between the two signals and the magnitude squared coherence is the magnitude squared of the cross spectrum normalized to by the power spectrum of the signals. The magnitude squared coherence is unity for signals that are related through a linear time invariant system.
Views: 21166 Barry Van Veen

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This video explains- Frequency Spectrum of Amplitude Modulation, am Waveform and Equation Derivation. Time domain and frequency domain waveforms with equations, along with basics of amplitude modulation. For more detailed description, visit my blog (link below) http://www.engineeringmadeeasypro.com/ What is Amplitude Modulation (AM) Definition:- Amplitude Modulation, is a system, where the maximum amplitude of the carrier wave varies, according to the instantaneous value (amplitude) of the modulating (message or baseband) signal. Note:- In case of Frequency Modulation (FM) or Phase Modulation (PM), the frequency or phase respectively, of the carrier wave varies, according to the instantaneous value of the modulating (message) signal. In the previous post, I discussed; what is amplitude modulation and its various properties. We talked about only the time domain analysis of the amplitude modulation. We saw here, how the waveform changes with time but here, we will discuss the frequency domain analysis of the amplitude modulation. Here you will see, how the spectrum of modulating signal, carrier signal and modulated wave looks like. I will also derive here the equation of AM wave in frequency domain. So let's start... Amplitude modulation (Time Domain Equations) As per the discussion in previous post on Amplitude Modulation, we know that- x(t) Modulating signal (also called as Message signal or Baseband signal) c(t) = Acos(wct) Carrier wave s(t) = [A+x(t)]cos(wct) =x(t) cos(wct)+ Acos(wct) Amplitude Modulated wave…(i) Here ‘A’ is the amplitude of the carrier wave and ‘wc’ is the angular frequency of the carrier wave Fourier Transform of waves (Spectrum i.e. frequency domain representation of the waves) Here all the equations are in time domain, so to get the spectrum of all these waves, i.e. frequency domain representation of the waves, we need to find out the Fourier transform (FT) of the waves. The Fourier Transform (FT) will convert the Time Domain into Frequency Domain. We are now going to find the Fourier Transform (FT) of the Amplitude Modulated Wave, s(t). F[s(t)]= F[x(t) cos(wct) + Acos(wct)] = F[x(t) cos(wct)] + F[Acos(wct)]…(ii) The equation (ii), has two parts, Lets say.. x(t) cos(wct) Part 1 & Acos(wct) Part 2 So let's find out the Fourier Transform of each of these parts separately. First,we will start with finding the Fourier transform of the part 2 of equation (ii). On doing all the calculations, we derived the Fourier Transform (FT) of Part 1 of AM Wave, that is given below and also in the image as equation (iii) FT of [Acos(wct)]= Pi A[Delta(w+wc)+Delta(w-wc)]…(iii) We will need this later, after finding the FT of another part of the Amplitude Modulated Wave. So one important thing that you should notice here is that, this equation (iii) means, Fourier transform of “Acos(wct)” has two impulses of strength (Amplitude) "Pi A” at “+- Wc”. We will see this, when we will draw the spectrum of the waves, Now let’s calculate the Fourier transform of another part. By frequency shifting theorem of Fourier transform we know that, if the Fourier transform of x(t) is X(w) then the Fourier transform of [e^(jwct)x(t)], i.e. if we multiply x(t) signal with [e^(jwct) then its Fourier transform would be X(w-wc), let’s call this as equation (iv). In the same way we can write FT of [e^(-jwct)x(t)] is X(w+wc)…(v) So from equations (iv) and (v), The FT of x(t)[cos(wct)] is, F[x(t){cos(wct)}] =1/2[X(w-wc)+X(w+wc)]…(vi) This equation (vi) means, that on multiplying x(t) by cos(wct), the spectrum of X(w) shifts by (+-wc). Now we will combine, the Fourier Transforms of both parts of the Amplitude modulated wave, Part 1 and Part 2 of equation (ii), that we calculated in the equations (iii) and (vi). So the final equation of Amplitude modulated wave in Frequency Domain (Fourier Transform of the AM wave) If F[s(t)] is S(w) then S(w) = 1/2[X(w-wc)+X(w+wc)] + Pi A[Delta(w+wc)+Delta(w-wc)] Waveform (Time Domain) and Spectrum (Frequency Domain) of the Amplitude Modulation So this was the Mathematical part including equations and derivations, now we will see the waveform of these waves in time domain and in frequency domain (Spectrum). Here I will draw the waveform (time domain) and spectrum (Frequency domain) of the modulating signal x(t), carrier signal c(t) and amplitude modulated wave s(t). From the waveforms (time domain),we can see that Modulating signal x(t) can have (as in this case) Multiple Frequencies and Variable Amplitude Carrier wave c(t) (a high frequency wave used as a carrier of the message signal (modulating signal) has (in this case) Constant amplitude Constant frequency (High frequency) Amplitude Modulated wave s(t) has- Variations in Carrier wave Amplitude, that varies as per instantaneous value of the modulating signal (message signal). #modulation #modulationTechniques

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This video will derive Parseval's Theorem for conservation of signal energy. It will also show how to plot the one-sided and two-sided power spectrum for a periodic signal.
Views: 553 Rose-Hulman Online

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http://AllSignalProcessing.com for more great signal-processing content: ad-free videos, concept/screenshot files, quizzes, MATLAB and data files. Introduces parametric (model-based) and nonparametric (Fourier-based) approaches to estimation of the power spectrum.
Views: 14351 Barry Van Veen

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Make spectral analysisшт in Matlab.
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Views: 2031 Fluidic Colours

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Fourier Series and Fourier Transform with easy to understand 3D animations.

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In this demonstration, we have shown that how can we plot the frequency components present in a signal using Fourier transform.
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http://AllSignalProcessing.com for more great signal-processing content: ad-free videos, concept/screenshot files, quizzes, MATLAB and data files. Examples of applying Welch's method to estimate power spectrum highlighting the tradeoffs between bias and variance that are associated with segment length, segment overlap, and window choice.
Views: 23738 Barry Van Veen

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For More Video lectures from IIT Professors .......visit www.satishkashyap.com "DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS" by Prof. S. Chakrabarti, IIT KGP 1. Syllabus and Overview 2. EM Spectrum and Narrowband Signals 3. Introduction to Digital Communication Systems 4. Introduction to Information Theoretic Approach 5. Introduction to Information Theoretic Approach & Discrete Probability 6. Discrete Probability 7. Measure of Information 8. Average Mutual Information & Entropy 9. Huffman coding 10. Huffman coding & Error Control Coding 11. Error Control Coding & Hamming Code 12. Quantization & PCM 13. PCM (Cont.) 14. Uniform Quantization 15. Non Uniform Quantization 16. Non Uniform Quantization (Cont..) 17. DPCM 18. DPCM (Cont..) 19. Data Modulation 20. Data Modulation (Cont..) 21. Multiplexing 22. Multiplexing (Cont..) 23. Multiplexing Cont.. & Signal Design 24. Gram Schmidt Orthogonalization 25. GramSchmidt Orthogonalization (Cont..) 26. Signal Space & Maximum Likelihood Detection 27. Signal Space & Maximum Likelihood Detection (Cont..) 28. Signal Space & Maximum Likelihood Detection (Cont..) 29. Digital Modulation 30. Digital Modulation (Cont..) 31. Digital Modulation (Cont..) 32. Digital Modulation (Cont..) 33. Digital Modulation (Cont..) 34. Response Of Bank Of Correlators 35. Error Performance of QPSK 36. Error Performance of BFSK & M-ARY PSK 37. Power Spectra 38. Matched Filter Receiver 39. Carrier & Timing Recovery; Non Coherent DeModulation
Views: 4625 kashyap B

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Filtering Noise from Signals Matlab code https://docs.google.com/document/d/10XqHNdBnEEwq2x8qQ_wbI4Mt5jYGUpUMGlRiJzdhkmQ/edit?usp=sharing ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Waveform and Amplitude Spectrum https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_UZhRjSl1jYozRZyc7A-noyIonMO8CT03bUJH5I6obQ/edit?usp=sharing ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fast Fourier Transform ( FFT ) VS Discrete Fourier Transform ( DFT ) in term of computation time https://youtu.be/8Sq2WkOrNJY ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Numerical Fourier Transforms: Basic plotting wave Signals in Matlab https://youtu.be/Ze5eMRrhkOE
Views: 5002 Sunshine Man

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http://www.keysight.com/find/HSA Chapter 5 - A modulated carrier, specifically a 2 GHz W-CDMA signal, is analyzed using the channel power, power spectral density, occupied bandwidth and adjacent channel power (ACP) measurements.
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http://AllSignalProcessing.com for more great signal-processing content: ad-free videos, concept/screenshot files, quizzes, MATLAB and data files. Introduces the periodogram approach to estimating the power spectrum of a time series, including characterization of the bias and variance of the periodogram.
Views: 28100 Barry Van Veen

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This video introduces some of the spectral properties of periodic signals, including the line spectral nature and the fact that the frequencies are harmonically related
Views: 1682 Mateo Aboy

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Spectrum of a Sinusoidal Wave - MATLAB Tutorial for Beginners 2017 A sine wave consists of a single frequency only, and its spectrum is a single point. Theoretically, a sine wave exists over infinite time and never changes. The mathematical transform that converts the time domain waveform into the frequency domain is called the Fourier transform, and it compresses all the information in the sine wave over infinite time into one point.
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Generally real signals create Fourier spectra which are symmetrical in that the mirror is the complex conjugate.

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http://AllSignalProcessing.com for more great signal-processing content: ad-free videos, concept/screenshot files, quizzes, MATLAB and data files. Averaging approaches for estimating coherence and cross spectra, analogous to Welch's averaged periodogram estimator of the power spectrum.
Views: 9295 Barry Van Veen

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For More Video lectures from IIT Professors .......visit www.satishkashyap.com "DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS" by Prof. S. Chakrabarti, IIT KGP 1. Syllabus and Overview 2. EM Spectrum and Narrowband Signals 3. Introduction to Digital Communication Systems 4. Introduction to Information Theoretic Approach 5. Introduction to Information Theoretic Approach & Discrete Probability 6. Discrete Probability 7. Measure of Information 8. Average Mutual Information & Entropy 9. Huffman coding 10. Huffman coding & Error Control Coding 11. Error Control Coding & Hamming Code 12. Quantization & PCM 13. PCM (Cont.) 14. Uniform Quantization 15. Non Uniform Quantization 16. Non Uniform Quantization (Cont..) 17. DPCM 18. DPCM (Cont..) 19. Data Modulation 20. Data Modulation (Cont..) 21. Multiplexing 22. Multiplexing (Cont..) 23. Multiplexing Cont.. & Signal Design 24. Gram Schmidt Orthogonalization 25. GramSchmidt Orthogonalization (Cont..) 26. Signal Space & Maximum Likelihood Detection 27. Signal Space & Maximum Likelihood Detection (Cont..) 28. Signal Space & Maximum Likelihood Detection (Cont..) 29. Digital Modulation 30. Digital Modulation (Cont..) 31. Digital Modulation (Cont..) 32. Digital Modulation (Cont..) 33. Digital Modulation (Cont..) 34. Response Of Bank Of Correlators 35. Error Performance of QPSK 36. Error Performance of BFSK & M-ARY PSK 37. Power Spectra 38. Matched Filter Receiver 39. Carrier & Timing Recovery; Non Coherent DeModulation
Views: 15545 kashyap B

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Lecture 5A ( by grad student Albert Wildeman) Frequency Domain Analysis: The Fourier Transform and Power Spectrum (CH 6 and 7; ch 1) Book: Signal Processing for Neuroscientists by Wim van Drongelen Course: Modeling and Signal Analysis for Neuroscientists
Views: 1299 epilepsylab uchicago

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Practical details necessary to using the LabVIEW built-in FFT subVI to compute the magnitude spectrum of a time-domain signal, including: array size N, polar form conversion of the complex-valued output, scaling by N to obtain normalized spectrum, and retaining only the lower half of the output array for display.
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How to use Matlab to compute and graph the frequency spectrum of a sampled time signal. More instructional engineering videos can be found at http://www.engineeringvideos.org. This video is licensed under the Creative Commons BY-SA license http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/.
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This video will define energy and power spectrum for energy and power signals. It will show how to find the energy and power spectrum for energy and power signals.
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See more videos- http://bit.ly/aMdhSC Add a low-pass filter and frequency domain analysis to measurement data, while it's continuously being streamed from a USB data acquisition device.
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We are glad to present our 1st video on signal and systems which gives a clear insight on topics like autocorrelation, convolution through matlab codes. We hope this would be helpful for other students to as we have tried to present it in a lucid way
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For the Second problem, the voice wasn't heard due to noise cancellation, but I have saved it via wavwrite and you'll be able to hear it by using wavread and sound. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BykjQgSuWBdbcU1JdHlmSDdkRjA - download the file here

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This EzEd Video explain the Frequency Spectrum of an AM Wave. The Equation of the Frequency Spectrum consists of 1) Carrier Signal 2) Upper Side Band 3) Lower Side Band Related Videos 1) https://youtu.be/kwka1OdpmuM - Modulation Techniques - Block Diagram - Types of MODULATION 2) https://youtu.be/d55_NO4UZw0 - Amplitude Modulation - Modulation Techniques 3) https://youtu.be/WZwNZ_Re5p8 - Frequency Spectrum of AM Wave - Modulation Techniques 4) https://youtu.be/BqL192V3r-8 - SOLVED PROBLEM - Frequency Spectrum Modulation Techniques 5) https://youtu.be/JYsii7Efzqw - AM Transmitter - Power Amplifier - Modulation Techniques 6) https://youtu.be/kq39LKJnzDw - Frequency Modulation - Modulation Techniques 7) https://youtu.be/IPU9YN_7Z3w - SOLVED PROBLEM - Frequency Modulation - Modulation Techniques 8) https://youtu.be/u3l4xYBi_XI - FM Transmitter - Modulation Techniques 9) https://youtu.be/i7IFqCTL_rQ - SUPERHETERODYNE Receiver - Modulation Techniques 10) https://youtu.be/IuNm5esui2w - Phase Modulation - Modulation Techniques
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POWER SPECTRUM DENSITY
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Check out this video showing the key essentials about how to use a spectrum analyser: controls, operation, examples . . . and some top tips from industry experts. The video provides an excellent introduction to the spectrum analyzer. It looks at what it is and why it is different to an oscilloscope – looking at signals in the frequency domain rather than the time domain. Basic settings and controls on the spectrum analyzer are described along with their function: gain, RF attenuator, centre frequency, bandwidth. The way in which these may be used is detailed along with showing how they affect the visible output on the spectrum analyzer. Examples of an amplitude modulated signal along with much more complex waveforms are used. Some more advanced functions on the spectrum analyzer are shown including markers and present function: phase noise and spectral masks that make some complicated measurements much easier to use on the analyzer. Using a spectrum analyzer to measure harmonics and other spurious emissions is also covered. Finally some top practical hints and tips from industry experts are given. This video gives an essential guide to the use of a spectrum analyser. It shows how to use the analyser for common and more advanced measurements. More details about how to use a spectrum analyser and what the controls do can be found here: https://www.electronics-notes.com/articles/test-methods/spectrum-analyzer/how-to-use-spectrum-analyzer-operation.php Website: https://www.electronics-notes.com Don't forget to subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj5v6V19CtjoeFzuiiEQpRg
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Frequency response - Magnitude and Phase plots SUBJECT: signal and systems ,DSP CONTENT: magnitude and phase response of dtft magnitude and phase plot magnitude and phase response of lti system frequency response in dsp spectrum analysis ANY DOUBT ? ASK ON FB page . facebook link : https://www.facebook.com/studysimplified/ quora link : https://www.quora.com/profile/Shrenik-Jain-51
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