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Unit IV Fourier TransRatings: (0)|Views: 6|Likes: 0

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FOURIER TRANSFORMSPART

–

A

1.

State the Fourier integral theorem.2.

Define Fourier transform pair.3.

State the convolution theorem on Fourier transform.4.

Write the Parseval’s identity for Fourier transform.

5.

State Modulation theorem on Fourier transform.6.

Prove that if F(s) is the Fourier transform of f(x), then F{ f(x

–

a) } = e

isa

F(s).7.

State and prove change of scale property of Fourier transform.8.

Find the F.T of f(x) defined by f(x) = 1 if a <x < b0 otherwise9.

Find the F.T of f(x) defined by f(x) = 1 if |x| < a0 if |x| > a >010.

Find the F.T of f(x) defined by f(x) = e

imx

if a <x < b0 otherwise11.

Find the F.T of f(x) defined by f(x) = √2

/ 2t if -t <x < t0 otherwise12.

Find the F.T of f(x) defined by f(x) = e

-|x|

.13.

Find F.C.T and F.S.T of f(x) = e

-ax

.14.

Find the sine transform of 1/x.15.

If F

c

{ e

-ax

} = √(2/

) [ a / s

2

+a

2

], find F

s

[ x e

-ax

].16.

Find F{ x

n

f(x) } & F{ f

n

(x) }.17.

Find F.C.T of e

-ax

cos ax.18.

Using transform methods, evaluate dx / ( x

2

+a

2

)

2.

in 0 < x< .19.

Using transform methods, evaluate x

2

dx / ( x

2

+a

2

)

2.

in 0 < x< .20.

Find F.S.T of (e

-ax

- e

-bx

) / x.

PART

–

B

1. A function f(x) is defined as f(x) = 1 if |x| < 10 , otherwise . Using Fourierintegral representation of f(x). Hence evaluate [sin s/ s]

cos sx ds in 0 < x< .

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