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Galvanometer as a DC Multimeter
Electromagnetic Wave from Dipole over a Perfect Conductor
Time Series for Power-Law Decay
Oscilloscope with Two Signal Inputs
Skin Effects in Straight Wires
Multirate Signal Processing: Upsampling
Gibbs Phenomenon in the Truncated Discrete-Time Fourier Transform of the Sinc Sequence
Induction of a Sinusoidal Magnetic Field within a Coil
Electric and Magnetic Fields near a Transmission Line
A Pair of Biorthogonal Bases in the Real Plane
Shannon's Noisy-Channel Coding Theorem
One-Sided Fourier Transform: Application to Linear Absorption and Emission Spectra
Equivalence of Linear and Circular Convolutions
Ideal Nth-Band Discrete Filters
Moving-Average Discrete Filters
Separable and Nonseparable 2D Sequences
Reconstructing a Sampled Signal Using Interpolation
Circuit Phasor Diagram for Transformers
Phasor Representation and Time-Domain Plot of Distorted Waveforms
Sallen-Key Band-Pass Filter
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