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Fourier Transform of a Periodic Function: The Fourier Series 230 Summary 232 Problems 233 Bibliography 234 8 The Discrete Fourier Transform 235 A/th-Order Sequences 235 The Discrete Fourier Transform 237 Properties of the Discrete Fourier Transform 243 Symmetry Relations 253 Convolution of Two Sequences 257 Regardless, this form is clearly more compact and is regarded as the most elegant form of the Fourier series. 0000005736 00000 n %PDF-1.4 %���� Section 5.5, Properties of the Discrete-Time Fourier Transform, pages 321-327 Section 5.6, The Convolution Property, pages 327-333 Section 5.7, The Modulation Property, pages 333-335 Section 5.8, Tables of Fourier Properties and of Basic Fourier Transform and Fourier Series Pairs, pages 335-336 Section 5.9, Duality, pages 336-343 xref Let's consider the simple case f (x) = cos 3 x on the interval 0 ≤ x ≤ 2 π, which we (ill-advisedly) attempt to treat by the discrete Fourier transform method with N = 4. 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The Basics Fourier series Examples Fourier series Let p>0 be a xed number and f(x) be a periodic function with period 2p, de ned on ( p;p). 0000002156 00000 n 0000018085 00000 n Table 2: Properties of the Discrete-Time Fourier Series x[n]= k= ake jkω0n = k= ake jk(2π/N)n ak = 1 N n= x[n]e−jkω0n = 1 N n= x[n]e−jk(2π/N)n Property Periodic signal Fourier series coeﬃcients x[n] y[n] Periodic with period N and fun- damental frequency ω0 =2π/N ak bk Periodic with Further properties of the Fourier transform We state these properties without proof. The equivalent result for the radian-frequency form of the DTFT is x n 2 n= = 1 2 X()ej 2 d 2 . The DTFT possesses several important properties, which can be exploited both in calculations and in conceptual reasoning about discrete-time signals and systems. 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In digital signal processing, the term Discrete Fourier series (DFS) describes a particular form of the inverse discrete Fourier transform (inverse DFT). (A.2), the inverse discrete Fourier transform, is derived by dividing both the sides of (A.7) by N. A.1.2. A table of some of the most important properties is provided at the end of these notes. x��XK����ϯ��"��"���e�,�E`#� ��Gj�H�LR;;��_u5)Q�㉑�\$@.Ruu��ޏ~w{��{Q&Rg�-Er�I��3ktbJ�m��u�1��>�[,UiR��t�!ɓ��2+S�_T:=��f����7�U�H�_�ɪ�/?��],��������cćC�[��/��.��L�M.��.�U9���L�i�o;׮ho�[�z�:�4��n� ��R��ǾY�" Tables_in_Signals_and_Systems.pdf - Tables in Signals and Systems Magnus Lundberg1 Revised October 1999 Contents I Continuous-time Fourier series I-A. %PDF-1.4 Properties of continuous- time Fourier series The Fourier series representation possesses a number of important properties that are useful for various purposes during the transformation of signals from one form to other . 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