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System analysis

Summary
System analysis in the field of electrical engineering characterizes electrical systems and their properties. System analysis can be used to represent almost anything from population growth to audio speakers; electrical engineers often use it because of its direct relevance to many areas of their discipline, most notably signal processing, communication systems and control systems. Characterization of systems A system is characterized by how it responds to input signals. In general, a system has one or more input signals and one or more output signals. Therefore, one natural characterization of systems is by how many inputs and outputs they have:
  • SISO (Single Input, Single Output)
  • SIMO (Single Input, Multiple Outputs)
  • MISO (Multiple Inputs, Single Output)
  • MIMO (Multiple Inputs, Multiple Outputs)
It is often useful (or necessary) to break up a system into smaller pieces for analysis. Therefore, we can regard a SIMO system as multiple SISO systems (one for each o
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