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Filtering in the Frequency Domain

Filtering in the Frequency Domain

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FILTERING IN THE FREQUENCYDOMAIN
 
Any function that periodicallyrepeats itself can be expressedas the sum of sines and/or cosinesof different frequencies, eachmultiplied by a differentcoefficients.This sum is called aFourierseries.
Fourier Series 
A function that is not periodic butthe area under its curve is finitecan be expressed as the integral ofsines and/or cosines multiplied bya weighing function. Theformulation in this case isFouriertransform.
Fourier Transform 
 
g t k t h  M k t m h m
m M 
()()*()()()
1
01
h(t)
 
g(t)
 
k(t)
 
g(t)
=
k(t)
*
h(t)G(f)
=
K(f)H(f)
 -11
 
h(t)
 123
 
k(t)
 1 2 3
* is a convolution operator and not multiplication
Convolution  

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