need a complete lecture on fourier transform and its applications to circuit analysis....would prefer downloadable video lecture...or some precise .pdf with plenty of solved examples..
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its cumbersome dude...i could get that at my own desk
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How about thank you for your effort but I am looking for a lecture?
@patdistheman what are you talking about??
Your response was rude and ungrateful of the effort regardless of whether it was what you wanted. I was just pointing that out. It's up to you to determine whether or not that is productive course of action to continue.
well,it wasn't rude..you found it rude but it wasn't meant for you...so you ought not to bother about it...i wasn't ungrateful either..btw it's upto mods to find what rude is here..anyway chill bro
If you think it is incorrect for someone to point out the possibility of you being rude what else can be said.
dude pleeease...i wasn't rude..ook if you find it rude,i m sorry..just chill
Have you checked khan academy ?
well thanks...i'll try them but i would prefer 'fourier transform applications to circuit analysis' ..i dont need a series of lectures..just 1 or 2,since its just one topic of many of my 'network analysis' course..a .pdf with examples may work too