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Engineering Signals

A signal is a variation of a measurable quantity that conveys information about the behaviour of a system.

• A signal can depend upon a single variable or on

• A signal can depend upon a single variable or on many variables, e.g. time and horizontal and vertical position as in a moving image.

• In this course we will consider only signals dependent on a single variable which we assume to be time (but it could be anything).

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