In this chapter we review some basic concepts for purposes of establishing the notation used in the remainder of the book. In addition, we cover in more detail several specific topics that some readers may not be familiar with, including complex signals and systems, the convergence of bilateral Z-transforms, and signal space geometry. The latter allows simple geometric interpretation of many signal processing operations, and demonstrates relationships among many seemingly disparate topics.
KeywordsImpulse Response Linear Space Signal Space Baseband Signal Digital Communication System
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