Fourier Transform of One-Sided Convolution

  • #1
Hi,

Can anyone tell me if there is a convolution theorem for the fourier transform of:
[tex]
\int^{t}_{0}f(t-\tau)g(\tau)d\tau
[/tex]

I know the convolution theorem for the Fourier Transform of:
[tex]
\int^{\infty}_{-\infty}f(t-\tau)g(\tau)d\tau
[/tex]

But I can't seem to find (or proove!) anything about the first one.
 

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  • #3
Hey Ray,

yeah I've noticed that Laplace transform one, but I really need the Fourier transform of this one sided one. I was hoping that the heaviside function would kill the -ve bounds of my Fourier Transform so that it would look like a Laplace transform, but in order to do that I need to switch the order of integration, and the process of doing that gives me annoying bounds on the integral.
 
  • #4
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I don't understand, but you can reconstruct an equivalent Fourier transform from a Laplace transform.
Ah I think I understand; maybe you want to convolve over the last three seconds in an ongoing stream? If that is right then letting I=intergal(fg,a..(a+t)) you can do I=intergal(fg,a+t)-integral(fg,a) which can be accomplisher by (1-exp(-it)).
But this seems too easy: (1-exp(i*t*s)) F(s)G(s)
Ray
 

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