## What is periodic function in Fourier series?

A Fourier series is an expansion of a periodic function. in terms of an infinite sum of sines and cosines. Fourier series make use of the orthogonality relationships of the sine and cosine functions.

## How do you find the Fourier transform of a periodic signal?

To obtain the Fourier transform of the square wave, we take the Fourier transform of one period of the square wave and multiply it by the Fourier transform of the periodic impulse train. a) Determine the Fourier series coefficients of the square wave.

## How does Fourier series make it easier to represent periodic signals?

Explanation: Fourier series makes it easier to represent periodic signals as it is a mathematical tool that allows the representation of any periodic signals as the sum of harmonically related sinusoids.

## Which one of the following is an example of bounded signal?

Which one of the following is an example of a bounded signal? Whereas the signal e-t coswt is an exponentially decaying signal, hence it will decay to zero and will always be less than infinity. Therefore, it is bounded.

## Which of the following is used in the realization of a system?

Which of the following is used in the realization of a system? Explanation: From each set of equations, we can construct a block diagram consisting of an interconnection of delay elements, multipliers and adders.

## What is the kind of relationship between OHM and Omega?

The unit for resistance is an ohm and is given the symbol Ω (upper case Greek omega). Rearranging I = V/R gives R = V/I, and so the units of resistance are 1 ohm = 1 volt per ampere: 1Ω=1VA 1 Ω = 1 V A .

## What is the expression for the digital frequency when R 1?

12. What is the expression for the digital frequency when r=1? =>ω=\frac{2}{T} tan^{-1}(\frac{ΩT}{2}). 13.

## What are the basic elements of DSP?

A DSP contains these key components:

- Program Memory: Stores the programs the DSP will use to process data.
- Data Memory: Stores the information to be processed.
- Compute Engine: Performs the math processing, accessing the program from the Program Memory and the data from the Data Memory.

## What are the advantages of DSP?

ADVANTAGES OF DSP : The advantages of DSP over Analog Signal Processing are: 1. High Accuracy: The accuracy of the analog filter is affected by the tolerance of the circuitcomponents used for design the filter, but DSP has superior control of accuracy.

## Where is DSP used?

DSP is used primarily in arenas of audio signal, speech processing, RADAR, seismology, audio, SONAR, voice recognition, and some financial signals. For example, Digital Signal Processing is used for speech compression for mobile phones, as well as speech transmission for mobile phones.

## Do I really need a DSP?

If you have a complex multi-channel system, you may need a DSP with more input and output channels and additional time to configure the system in your vehicle. If you already have a great audio system, adding a DSP and having the system tuned by a professional will improve every aspect of its performance.

## What does DSP mean in text?

Digital Signal Processing

## Is DSP an IPS officer?

The full form of DSP is Deputy Superintendent of Police. DSP is a police officer grade at the Indian police force. DSP is similar to ACP (Assistant Commissioner of Police) and may be elevated to IPS after a few years of service according to state government laws.

## What is the salary of DSP?

Pay Scale/Salary of Police Officer

Job Profile | Salary Per Month |
---|---|

DSP/ Assistant Commissioner | Rs. 15,600 – Rs. 39,300 |

Circle Inspector | Rs. 15,600 – Rs. 39,100 |

Sub-Inspector/ Assistant Sub-Inspector | Rs. 9,300 to Rs. 34,800 |

Head Constable | Rs. 5,200 to Rs. 20,200 |

## What is the highest post in IPS?

Director General of Police

## What are the powers of DSP?

1) Prevention of Crime. 2) Investigation of Crime. 3) Maintenance of law & Order. 4) Enforcement of Special and Local Laws.

## Is DSP a Class 1 officer?

• Class I Or Group A (Gazette Officer) Employees With Group A Service Rules (IAS, IES, IFS, SDPO, DIB, CP, DGP, JCP, IGP, ADLCP, DIG, DCP, SSP, DCP, SP, ASP, ACP, DSP, Colonel etc.)

## Can a DSP become sp?

He has promoted as per notification issued by the UT Administration on July 31,stating ‘DSPs, who are otherwise fit for promotion and have completed 12 years of service as DSP will be granted ORP and be redesignated as SP.

## Is there any physical test for DSP?

There is no physical test for DSP post. Physical test applicable till sub inspector post.

## What is the training period of DSP?

During the district training the SP will make assessment of the work of the probationers and 50 marks are allotted for this….4 months – 576 Outdoor Periods. (24 working days x 6 periods x 4 months)

SL No | Subject | Periods |
---|---|---|

1 | Physical Training | 96 |

2 | Karate | 25 |

3 | Night Trekking | 10 |

4 | Capsule Course on Rock Climbing | 45 |

## Does DSP get cars?

DSP, ACP and above and all class-I officer are entitled for a free quarters and vehicle. If posted in Police divisions, they get a standard vehicle like Bolero etc. If in Crime Branch, they may get a Car too.

## Who is the SP of Assam?

District Superintendents of Police

Name | Designation | |
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Shri Sumeet Sharma, IPS | SP, Sadiya | [email protected] |

Shri Kangkan Jyoti Saikia, IPS | SP, South Salmara | [email protected] |

Shri Shwetank Mishra, IPS | SP, Charaideo | [email protected] |

Shri Dharmendra Kumar Das, APS | SP, Bajali |

## Who is the new DSP of Assam?

Sprinter Hima Das

## Who is the first IPS officer of Assam?

Sanjukta Parashar

## Who is the new DGP of Assam?

Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta