When I see a graph of a Fourier Transform, or something in the frequency domain, say band-limited from -[tex]\Omega[/tex] to [tex]\Omega[/tex], I'm confused to what the interpretation is of the negative frequencies. Physically it would seem as though something considered in cycles/second for example, should be positive but mathematically the FT will allow for negative frequencies.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Can somebody clarify this for me?

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# Fourier Transform Question - Negative Frequencies?

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