I am very confused. I have tried researching this question for the last two weeks and I cannot get a conclusive answer.
I was wondering how would I go about plotting the instantaneous power in the time domain of the Dirac input signal. The problem becomes as I try to calculate the power in time domain, $P(t) = \left\lvert\delta(t)\right\rvert^2$. I know how to calculate power by using Rayleigh's theorem to convert the the signal to frequency domain where delta(f) = 1. to get infinity over an infinite period which is undefined value for power, but I just want to plot power over time for the Dirac function.
delta isn't square-able since as x goes to 0 the delta function goes to infinity and you cannot square infinity, also something about the delta function being a distribution and not able to be square-able.
I was wondering if someone could point me in the right direction to be able to plot this function.