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English: Function s(x) (in red) is an approximation of a square wave formed from just 6 sine functions of different amplitudes and harmonically-related frequencies. Their summation is called a Fourier series. The Fourier transform, S(f) (in blue), which depicts amplitude vs frequency, reveals the 6 frequencies and their amplitudes.
Source File:Fourier transform time and frequency domains (small).gif
Author Lucas V. Barbosa


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current17:22, 19 September 2013Thumbnail for version as of 17:22, 19 September 2013300 × 240 (272 KB)Bob KAdd subscript "6" to designate the number of Fourier components.
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