Given a function of the time like ##f(t)##, its Fourier transform is ##F(\nu)## and by definition, ##Abs(F(\nu))=A(\nu)## and ##Arg(F(\nu)) = \varphi(\nu)##, so I have amplitude and phase as function of the frequency, but make sense speak in amplitude and phase as function of the time? If yes? How get them?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# How get amplitude and phase as a function of time?

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