#### purnapragna

##### Advanced Member level 4

hi can anybody clarify me whether the multiplication of two impulses defined?

ie., i got this context because first i wanted to know how to convolve two DC signals. For example

\[ $x(t) = 2$\] and \[ $h(t) = 1$\].

Corresponding FT are

\[$4\pi \delta(omega)$\]

and

\[$ 2\pi \delat{omega}\]

So i have to multiply these two impulses to get convolution of 2 & 1. If the multiplication of impulses is not defined then can we infer that convolution of two DC signals also is not defined?

pls clarify me

thnx

purna!

ie., i got this context because first i wanted to know how to convolve two DC signals. For example

\[ $x(t) = 2$\] and \[ $h(t) = 1$\].

Corresponding FT are

\[$4\pi \delta(omega)$\]

and

\[$ 2\pi \delat{omega}\]

So i have to multiply these two impulses to get convolution of 2 & 1. If the multiplication of impulses is not defined then can we infer that convolution of two DC signals also is not defined?

pls clarify me

thnx

purna!

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