By Ken Steiglitz
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6. Fourier transform of periodic functions Let us consider a periodic function f (t ) with a period of T and Cn the coefficient of the exponential Fourier series. 7. Energy density The energy contained in a non-periodic signal appears as follows: E= +∞ ∫ −∞ f 2 (t ) dt Fourier Transform +∞ ∫ We demonstrate that f 2 (t ) dt = −∞ 55 +∞ 1 ∫ F ( jω )F ( − jω ) d ω if f (t ) is 2π −∞ real. 8. 15). 2. Exercises The exercises presented in this chapter come from [LAT 66]. 1.
N = +∞ ⎧ ( t ) v Cn e jnω0t = ⎪ ∑ n = −∞ ⎪ 16π 2 ⎪⎪ ( j ) Z jn 0 . 01 ω ω = + + ⎨ 0 jnω0 ⎪ n = +∞ n = +∞ ⎪ Cn e jnω0t = ∑ Cn' e jnω0t ⎪i (t ) = ∑ ⎪⎩ n = −∞ Z ( jnω0 ) n = −∞n Both voltages have the same period T = 1 meaning ω0 = 2π . 01 + j 2π n2 − 4 n For n=0 which is the same as saying ω = 0 , the impedance becomes infinite. The continuous component, or mean value of the current will be null which is explained by the presence of a capacitor in the circuit. 001 for n = ±2 or ω = ±4π = ±2ω0 which is the resonant frequency of the RLC series circuit.
As the spectrum is real, we will trace an = 2Cn . 2. 2 f (t ) is orthogonal to cos nt on Let us begin by proving that interval [0,2π ] : I= 2π ∫ 0 π 2π 0 π f ( t ) cos nt dt = ∫ cos nt dt + ∫ − cos nt dt The integral is null, f (t ) is hence orthogonal to cos nt . This tells us that the Fourier decomposition will not include any cosine values. Let us now show that the error function f e ( t ) is orthogonal to sin t on interval [0,2π ] . I' = 2π ∫ 0 π 2π 4 4 ⎞ ⎞ ⎛ ⎛ f e ( t ) sin t dt = ∫ ⎜ 1 − sin t ⎟ dt + ∫ ⎜ − 1 − sin t ⎟ dt π π ⎠ ⎠ ⎝ ⎝ π 0 The integral is null and f e (t ) is hence orthogonal to sin t .