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Convolution of Impulses

  1. Jan 23, 2012 #1
    Hi guys,

    I am just having a bit of difficulty figuring out how to do convolution of impulses. Suppose I have a function consisting of impulses located at -2ω0, 0, and +2ω0 (in frequency domain) with some arbitrary amplitude A. I want to convolve this function with another function consisting of two impulses located at -1ω0 and +1ω0 with some other arbitrary amplitude B.

    I'm mainly confused because I'm not sure how the multiplication of two impulses would work.

    Can anyone show me how this is done?

    Thank you very much!
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