Register to reply

DFT problem

by souhal.67
Tags: None
Share this thread:
souhal.67
#1
Feb28-12, 12:27 PM
P: 7
I have a f(n*t) vs t data areay how to find out its (DFT) fourier transform in c. I find every time that every program needs its real and imaginarry part. but i have only magnitude. please help me out to find DFT of these data .
Phys.Org News Partner Physics news on Phys.org
Engineers develop new sensor to detect tiny individual nanoparticles
Tiny particles have big potential in debate over nuclear proliferation
Ray tracing and beyond
sophiecentaur
#2
Feb29-12, 06:08 AM
Sci Advisor
Thanks
PF Gold
sophiecentaur's Avatar
P: 12,189
If your data is all real then why not put the imaginary values as zero?
souhal.67
#3
Mar3-12, 01:26 AM
P: 7
then how i get the value of omega for ploting

souhal.67
#4
Mar3-12, 01:30 AM
P: 7
DFT problem

after sampling I have value of t & X(t) like
375.020000 -0.754661
375.030000 -0.755227
375.040000 -0.755841
375.050000 -0.756501
375.060000 -0.757207
375.070000 -0.757960
375.080000 -0.758759
375.090000 -0.759604
375.100000 -0.760494
375.110000 -0.761431
375.120000 -0.762414
375.130000 -0.763442
375.140000 -0.764515
375.150000 -0.765633
375.160000 -0.766797
375.170000 -0.768005
375.180000 -0.769258
I would like to find DFT and I need omega/freq and X(W) value
please help me Thank you
souhal.67
#5
Mar3-12, 01:30 AM
P: 7
after sampling I have value of t & X(t) like
375.020000 -0.754661
375.030000 -0.755227
375.040000 -0.755841
375.050000 -0.756501
375.060000 -0.757207
375.070000 -0.757960
375.080000 -0.758759
375.090000 -0.759604
375.100000 -0.760494
375.110000 -0.761431
375.120000 -0.762414
375.130000 -0.763442
375.140000 -0.764515
375.150000 -0.765633
375.160000 -0.766797
375.170000 -0.768005
375.180000 -0.769258
I would like to find DFT and I need omega/freq and X(W) value
please help me Thank you
sophiecentaur
#6
Mar3-12, 03:17 AM
Sci Advisor
Thanks
PF Gold
sophiecentaur's Avatar
P: 12,189
How much do you know about discrete Fourier transforms? What are you trying to find out from the data?
souhal.67
#7
Mar3-12, 03:21 AM
P: 7
Thank you for reply. I want to find out a frequency Vs Amplitude graph
souhal.67
#8
Mar3-12, 03:23 AM
P: 7
I want to find out time vs Amplitude to frequency vs Amplitude of a signal
sophiecentaur
#9
Mar3-12, 03:24 AM
Sci Advisor
Thanks
PF Gold
sophiecentaur's Avatar
P: 12,189
And what does DFT do? (I want you to work a bit for this. ;-) )
souhal.67
#10
Mar3-12, 03:31 AM
P: 7
I have a collage project and I have a system out put I must make a program to find out system's frequency response of numerically.
sophiecentaur
#11
Mar3-12, 03:40 AM
Sci Advisor
Thanks
PF Gold
sophiecentaur's Avatar
P: 12,189
You didn't say what the DFT does. You have asked a question that suggests you have no idea. I could tell you anything and you would believe me. You need to understand about the process.
If you want an answer then put some data in for a familiar waveform for which you know the frequency spectrum. Try some sine waves with different periods.


Register to reply

Related Discussions
Data Management: Premutations Problem With Some identical Items Chapter Problem Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics 0
Physics problem: Radial acceleration, forces, and work & energy problem Introductory Physics Homework 13
Maths Problem: Connect the towns solution (Motorway Problem) General Discussion 3
One Kinematic Problem, One Pendulum Problem, One Wave Problem Introductory Physics Homework 7
Classic E&M problem: point charge and a charged sphere, how to analyze this problem Advanced Physics Homework 1