pulsed transfer function
pulsed transfer function[′pəlst ′tranz·fər ‚faŋk·shən]
The ratio of the z-transform of the output of a system to the z-transform of the input, when both input and output are trains of pulses. Also known as discrete transfer function; z-transfer function.
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