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Eigenfunctions of LTI systems

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- A linear time invariant (LTI) system H operating on a continuous input f(t) to produce continuous time output y(t)
- we can define an eigenfunction (or eigensignal) of an LTI system H to be a signal f(t) such that

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- Eigenfunctions are the simplest possible signals for H to operate on: to calculate the output, we simply multiply the input by a complex number.
- The class of LTI systems has a set of eigenfunctions in common: the complex exponentials est, s C, are eigenfunctions for all LTI systems.
- Note: While {s, sC: est} are always eigenfunctions of an LTI system, they are not necessarily the only eigenfunctions.

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- Proof of equation (3):

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- Since the expression on the right hand side does not depend on t, it is a constant, s. Therefore,
- The eigenvalue s is a complex number that depends on the exponent s and, of course, the system H. To make these dependencies explicit, we will use the notation H(s) s.

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- Since the action of an LTI operator on its eigenfunctions est is easy to calculate and interpret, it is convenient to represent an arbitrary signal f(t) as a linear combination of complex exponentials. The Fourier series gives us this representation for periodic continuous time signals, while the (slightly more complicated) Fourier transform lets us expand arbitrary continuous time signals.

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