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This has units of W. To obtain a physically meaningful quantity, we should consider P(–f0) also, which is equal to P(f0). Until now we have not inquired whether v(t) is a deterministic signal (such as cos(2πf0t)) or random, like noise. 2 Power Spectral Density for Deterministic and Random Signals We have examined the concept of power spectral density (PSD) of a deterministic signal in terms of its Fourier transform after truncation. 17) TR { } Here E stands for expectation. 10 Relating autocorrelation and power spectral density.

During analysis, this extra transmission line is usually omitted since it plays no role in the mathematics. We are, however, left with a2 and b2 at port 2, when only a resistor is connected at port 2. In that case, assigning a physical meaning to such terms as waves in a lumped resistor is not meaningful, and these terms are best left as mathematical entities. Notice, however, that all this rests on the assumption that voltages and currents are well defined. As mentioned earlier, there are indeed situations where the incoming and outgoing waves are well defined, and not voltages and currents.

The proper way to describe the distribution of this power in frequency domain is by using the power spectral density. Let v(t) be a voltage signal feeding a resistor R. We do not assume that v(t) = 0 outside an interval –T0 to T0, so in general, ν(t) may not have a Fourier transform in the conventional sense, even though we will assume that v(t) is bounded. The energy dissipated in R is ∞ ∫ {v (t)/R}dt 2 –∞ which is typically not finite. However, the power dissipated in R, more precisely, the time-averaged power, p(T ) = 1 T T/2 ∫ {ν (t)/R}dt 2 – T/2 may be (and in practice is always found to be) finite, however large T may be.

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