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# Definition of Fourier Transform

The forward and inverse Fourier Transform are defined for aperiodic signal as:

## Lecture 10 Fourier Transform

(Lathi 7.1-7.3)

Already covered in Year 1 Communication course (Lecture 5). Fourier series is used for periodic signals.

Peter Cheung Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering Imperial College London URL: www.ee.imperial.ac.uk/pcheung/teaching/ee2_signals E-mail: p.cheung@imperial.ac.uk
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## A unit triangle function (x):

Is it true that: ? Yes only if x(t) is absolutely integrable, i.e. has finite energy:

## Interpolation function sinc(x): or

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Fourier Transform of

x(t) = rect(t/)

sinc(x) is an even function of x. sinc(x) = 0 when sin(x) = 0 except when x=0, i.e. x = , 2, 3.. sinc(0) = 1 (derived with LHpitals rule) sinc(x) is the product of an oscillating signal sin(x) and a monotonically decreasing function 1/x. Therefore it is a damping oscillation with period of 2 with amplitude decreasing as 1/x.

Evaluation:

Bandwidth 2/

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## Spectrum of a constant (i.e. d.c.) signal x(t)=1 is an impulse 2(). or

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## Spectrum of an everlasting exponential ej0t is a single impulse at =0.

Spectrum of cosine signal has two impulses at positive and negative frequencies.

or

and

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## Consider an impulse train

T (t ) = (t nT0 )
0

## Take Fourier transform of both sides, we get:

T (t ) = Dn e jn t where 0 =
0 0

2 T0

and Dn =

1 T0

Therefore using results from the last slide (slide 11), we get:

## This is rather obvious!

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## Fourier Transform Table (2)

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## Fourier Transform Table (3)

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