Synthesis of Membrane Proteins and the "Signal Hypothesis"

Formulation of the signal hypothesis was an outgrowth of protein synthesis and secretion research carried out at the Rockefeller University beginning in the late 1940s.

Synthesis Lectures on Signal Processing

Equation 8-3 is used to convert the frequency domain signal, (b), into theamplitudes of the cosine waves, (c). As shown, all of the cosine waves have anamplitude of , except for samples 0 and 16, which have a value of . Theamplitudes of the sine waves are not shown in this example because they havea value of zero, and therefore provide no contribution. The synthesis equation,Eq. 8-2, is then used to convert the amplitudes of the cosine waves, (b), into thetime domain signal, (a).

Direct Digital Synthesis (DDS) - Arbitrary signals - …

In sound synthesis, where we can do what we want with the modulating signal,there is no essential difference between frequency and phase modulation.

is an alternative approach to altering the harmonic character of a generated wave through the use of filters. FM Synthesis, instead, employs a modulator oscillator that varies the frequency of the sound signal, thus producing new harmonics.

Understanding Direct Digital Synthesis (DDS) - …

In this lab, you will specify an entity and test it, synthesize your design using FPGA Express and download it onto an XS40 board using the Xilinx Foundation software.

Modulation Synthesis Introduction

Figure 8-6 illustrates the operation of the Inverse DFT, and the slightdifferences between the frequency domain and the amplitudes needed forsynthesis. Figure 8-6a is an example signal we wish to synthesize, an impulseat sample zero with an amplitude of 32. Figure 8-6b shows the frequencydomain representation of this signal. The real part of the frequency domain is a constant value of 32. The imaginary part (not shown) iscomposed of all zeros. As discussed in the next chapter, this is an importantDFT : an impulse in the time domain corresponds to a constant value in thefrequency domain. For now, the important point is that (b) is the of (a),and (a) is the of (b).

History of the Signal Hypothesis

@Hartmut Pfitzinger, Thanks for your answer. I find another way to solve my problem: I considered function on (-4, 8) interval and it was no odd and no even. But I realised that I can consider function on (-2, 6) interval and it would be even. So I just expended signal to Fourier series on the interval (-2,6), found coefficients for cos only, and gain approximation as at 2nd loop.

Direct Digital Synthesis | Analog Devices

Description of the radar signal ambiguity function for application to the synthesis of the 2D radar image of an aircraft on the basis of spatial frequencies is proposed. Requirements on the time-frequency structure of the sounding signal are determined and the possibility of modeling this signal with the help of a chirp signal is shown.