Difference equations are a powerful tool for describing and implementing linear time invariant systems. They are one of the few system descriptions that can account for the effect of stored energy when the input is applied. In this new two lesson sequence you will learn a technique for solving difference equations as a sum of steady-state and transient responses. You will also learn how system characteristics such as stability and response time depend on the difference equation coefficients.
You can check our these new lessons at:
Difference Equations: Solving System Responses with Stored Energy
Characteristics of Systems Described by Difference Equations