How do I find inverse fourier transform of 1/(1+8e^3jw)??(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Now, it would have been easier to find inverse of 1/(1+1/8e^jw), because that would be just (1/8)^n u[n]

i think i basically need a way to write 1/(1+8e^3jw) in a form described below:

A/(1+ae^(jw)) + B/(1+be^(jw) +C/(1+ce^(jw)

where a, b, c are less than 1.

How do I do that? partial fraction can be killing, because the process will be too long. Any other smarter methods?

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# Homework Help: Inverse fourior transform?

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