how do you convert a signal to transfer function?

so say I have a signal on a graph how to I get the transfer function for that signal ?

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- August 19th 2013, 02:30 PMbtb4198convert a signal to transfer function
how do you convert a signal to transfer function?

so say I have a signal on a graph how to I get the transfer function for that signal ? - August 19th 2013, 05:15 PMadkinsjrRe: convert a signal to transfer function
I thought the question was kind of vague, are you looking for functions like this?

Signal transfer function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

SiTF S?ignal Transfer Function - Santa Barbara Infrared (SBIR) - YouTube - August 19th 2013, 08:23 PMbtb4198Re: convert a signal to transfer function
no that is not it

given this graph

how would you solve for f(x)

and

than how do you solve for H(W) ?

how would you solve for the transfer function

so you know the Y axle is in voltages (V)

and the X axle is Time ( milliseconds)

also how would you solve for

Fourier transform? - August 19th 2013, 09:13 PMbtb4198Re: convert a signal to transfer function
so given the graph how to I know what

f(t) = ?

and

H(W) =?

also the those two pics are of the same graph.

the Y axle is in voltages (V)

and the X axle is Time ( milliseconds)