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| chapter = Frequency Domain Analysis
 
| chapter = Frequency Domain Analysis
 
| page = 288
 
| page = 288
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| contributor = S. Han
 
| contributor = S. Han
 
| date = 30 May 08
 
| date = 30 May 08
 
| version = First printing
 
| version = First printing
 
| text =  
 
| text =  
The left hand side of the displayed equation is missing a factor of <math>i</math> in the exponential signal.  The correct expression is
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The exponential term should be <math>e(i\omega t></math> (remove minus sign) in the text and displayed equation.  In addition, the right hand side of the displayed equation is missing a factor of <math>i</math> in the exponential signal.  The correct expression is
 
<center><amsmath>
 
<center><amsmath>
   F(a e^{-i \omega t}) =  
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   F(a e^{i\omega t}) =  
 
     \sum_{n=0}^{\infty} M_n (a) e^{i n \omega t - \phi_n(a)}.
 
     \sum_{n=0}^{\infty} M_n (a) e^{i n \omega t - \phi_n(a)}.
 
</amsmath></center>
 
</amsmath></center>
 
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The exponential term should be (remove minus sign) in the text and displayed equation. In addition, the right hand side of the displayed equation is missing a factor of in the exponential signal. The correct expression is

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(Contributed by S. Han, 30 May 08)