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nijhu Group Title

how will i determine the power and energy of the unit step sequence

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    anyone?

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    I think the energy will be infinity .. this is because you sum up all points (with value = 1) in the interval [0,inf] \[\lim \sum_{0}^{N} 1 , N \rightarrow \inf\]

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    while the power will be 1/2 .. as you divide the energy be 2N+1 .. taking the limit you will get N/(2N+1) which equal to 1/2 ...

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    i think the unit step signal is neither energy nor power signal ....

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