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Old 9th December 2019, 11:40 PM   #1
alexandar888 is offline alexandar888  Bulgaria
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Hello, I'm a C++ programmer. So far I have developed several simulators for physical processes, mainly related to thermodynamic processes. I have a lot of interest in electronics, so I decided to go deep and do a simulator of electronic circuits. But I got into a lot of difficulty in math. Are there any electronic engineers here who would like to help me? First I need to understand how the signals are presented mathematically, ie. Fourier transform. I found some textbooks, unfortunately there are only short examples and formulas, and I need a more detailed solution to be able to compile the program algorithm. So if anyone is willing to help, please contact me on a private message. The project is not a open source, at least at this stage.

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