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Mark, I read your suggestion with care now, and I noticed I already did what you wrote, however, I called it the hat function a "testing function", as derived from one of Bills links. The testing function is 1, and the integral is for 1 * Psi over the interval 0 to 2pi, which makes it a tempered distribution, allowed for Fourier Transform.

Whether it makes any physical sense is not the scope of this paper, however, I have done a Hilbert transform of it, to see its behaviour as a signal in a physical world.

Bill, I will look into the Dirac function alternative.

Thanks all

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