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**Fall 2003 Lecture #8
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30 September 2003

1. 2. 3. 4. Derivation of the CT Fourier Transform pair Examples of Fourier Transforms Fourier Transforms of Periodic Signals Properties of the CT Fourier Transform

**Fourier’s Derivation of the CT Fourier Transform
**

• • x(t) - an aperiodic signal - view it as the limit of a periodic signal as T → ∞ For a periodic signal, the harmonic components are spaced ω0 = 2π/T apart ... As T → ∞, ω0 → 0, and harmonic components are spaced closer and closer in frequency ⇓ Fourier series

•

⎯→ ⎯

Fourier integral

**Motivating Example: Square wave
**

increases

kept fixed

Discrete frequency points become denser in ω as T increases

So, on with the derivation ...

For simplicity, assume x(t) has a finite duration.

Derivation (continued)

Derivation (continued)

**For what kinds of signals can we do this?
**

(1) It works also even if x(t) is infinite duration, but satisfies: a) Finite energy

In this case, there is zero energy in the error

b) Dirichlet conditions

c) By allowing impulses in x(t) or in X(jω), we can represent even more signals E.g. It allows us to consider FT for periodic signals

Example #1 (a)

(b)

Example #2:

Exponential function

Even symmetry

Odd symmetry

Example #3:

A square pulse in the time-domain

Note the inverse relation between the two widths ⇒ Uncertainty principle

Useful facts about CTFT’s

Example #4:

x(t) = e

−at 2

— A Gaussian, important in probability, optics, etc.

(Pulse width in t)•(Pulse width in ω) ⇒ ∆t•∆ω ~ (1/a1/2)•(a1/2) = 1

Also a Gaussian!

Uncertainty Principle! Cannot make both ∆t and ∆ω arbitrarily small.

CT Fourier Transforms of Periodic Signals

— periodic in t with frequency ωo — All the energy is concentrated in one frequency — ωo

Example #4:

“Line spectrum”

Example #5:

— Sampling function

Same function in the frequency-domain! Note: (period in t) T ⇔ (period in ω) 2π/T Inverse relationship again!

**Properties of the CT Fourier Transform
**

1) Linearity

2) Time Shifting

FT magnitude unchanged

Linear change in FT phase

Properties (continued)

3) Conjugate Symmetry

Even Odd Even Odd

**The Properties Keep on Coming ...
**

4) Time-Scaling

a) b)

x(t) real and even x(t) real and odd

c)

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