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Subject: Re: How does a mixer work?
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Date: Wed, 23 Oct 2002 11:58:15 -0500
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"Kevin Aylward" wrote in message
> "John S. Dyson" wrote in message
> > "Dbowey" wrote in message
> > I am NOT making the cosmological assertion that everything is really
> > an f(t) or other such off-topic concerns, but am clearly stating that
> > of our real-world that we normally see (in the sense of this
> > is an f(t). f(w) or f(s) is a convienience, where nonlinear
> > or changing signal characteristics can cause some traps and/or
> > for those who don't deal with the stuff all of the time.
> I disagree that one view is more real then another. Models of reality
> are just that models, f(t) is no more valid then any other model.
Using LINEAR transforms for modeling nonlinear processes is where
the incompetency resides. In the case of devices that are nonlinear
in the (t) domain, it isn't useful to think in the linear f(w) domain.
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