Fourier Transform magnitude and phase spectra


by scarebyte
Tags: fourier, magnitude, phase, spectra, transform
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Oct20-10, 05:31 AM
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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Graph spectra magnitude and phase of F(w)= e^-iw if Abs(w) < 2Pi; 0 if Abs(w)>2Pi


2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

For Magnitude spectra:
Abs(F(w)) = 1 if Abs(w) < 2Pi; 0 if Abs(w)>2Pi <- IS correct?

For phase spectra:
Phi(w)=-w if Abs(w) < 2Pi; (NOT SURE WHAT HERE) if Abs(w)>2Pi

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