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- Using Laplace transform to work out the FT of two rectangular pulses. Wanted to know if my work is correct. I did a Matlab code but it didn't produce expected result so wanted to make sure if I worked it out correctly.

Hi,

I was trying to find Fourier transform of two rectangular pulses as shown below. The inverted rectangular pulse has unit height, -1, and lasts from -π to 0. The other rectangular pulse has unit height, 1, and lasts from 0 to π.

I was making use of Laplace transform and its time shifting property to work out the Fourier transform and would like to stick with this method.

Do you think my work is correct? Thank you.

I was trying to find Fourier transform of two rectangular pulses as shown below. The inverted rectangular pulse has unit height, -1, and lasts from -π to 0. The other rectangular pulse has unit height, 1, and lasts from 0 to π.

I was making use of Laplace transform and its time shifting property to work out the Fourier transform and would like to stick with this method.

Do you think my work is correct? Thank you.