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MATLAB Fourier: Why do I see less harmonics the more I increase the sampling frequency?

@Janka was right. If I change my code to be able to change the duty cycle and span my frequency plot to see more frequencies: ...
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MATLAB Fourier: Why do I see less harmonics the more I increase the sampling frequency?

Perfect square waves do not have even harmonics. So those even harmonics you see are an artifact from the sampling to begin with.
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Matlab simulation of PCB IFA

The y axis of these graphs appears to be multiplied by 10e-3 and is in dB. Therefore, it basically is equivalent to being 0 dB across the entire bandwidth, which is pure reflection, so neither of ...
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Changing the Limits of the Graph When Trying to Model the Shockley Equation in MatLab Shifts the Position of the Curve

summary of an approach If you have any ideas, please let me know. There are just three parameters to deal with: saturation current emission coefficient (non-ideality factor) bulk resistance You ...
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