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Thanks in advance.

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Thanks in advance.

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1. The relationship between the transfer function and the impulse response

2. The relationship between the impulse response and the step response

Hopefully this points you in the correct direction.

jason

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Note: If you have ##s=j\omega## - then ##f(\omega) = f(-js)## right?

If you prefer, you can fourier transform back to time domain, then transfer to frequency domain like you are used to.

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Thanks for your kind comments. In the meantime I could find a direct straightforward answer in the 1959 publication:

SIMPLIFED METHOD OF DETERMINING TRANSIENT RESPONSE

FROM FREQUENCY RESPONSE OF LINEAR NETWORKS AND SYSTEMS

By: Victor S . Levadi

Thanks again.

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Excellent - perhaps you could summarize what you found?

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F(j ω).

According to the mentioned paper:

f(t)= (2/π).∫R(ω).cos(tω) dω

The limits of integration are from zero to infinity.

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