Ok, I know the Fourier effect of a time shift is a multiplication with an exponential:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

x(t-t0) → exp(-j2∏f*t0)X(f)

Now say Y(f) is the fourier transform of y(t).

What I am wondering what is the difference in the Fourier space when convolving Y(f) with either X(f) or exp(-j2∏f*t0)X(f) respectively? (and why)

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# Fourier effect of time shift + convolution

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