Consider the periodic signal x(t) = A sin(pi t), where A is a constant real value. Consider the signal y(t) = x(t)e^j 2 pi t. Determine the fundamental period of y(t) and the value of the coefficients of the Fourier series of y(t) Indicate how much power is carried by the first harmonic component, i.e., P_1, and how much power is carried by the second harmonic component, i.e., P_2 of signal y(t).

45 5 - Consider the periodic signal x(t) = A sin(pi t), where A is a constant real value. Consider the signal y(t) = x(t)e^j 2 pi t. Determine the fundamental period of y(t) and the value of the coefficients of the Fourier series of y(t) Indicate how much power is carried by the first harmonic component, i.e., P_1, and how much power is carried by the second harmonic component, i.e., P_2 of signal y(t).

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images - Consider the periodic signal x(t) = A sin(pi t), where A is a constant real value. Consider the signal y(t) = x(t)e^j 2 pi t. Determine the fundamental period of y(t) and the value of the coefficients of the Fourier series of y(t) Indicate how much power is carried by the first harmonic component, i.e., P_1, and how much power is carried by the second harmonic component, i.e., P_2 of signal y(t).

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