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MULTIPLE CHOICE TEST

(All Tests)

FOURIER TRANSFORM PAIR: FREQUENCY AND TIME DOMAIN

(More on Fourier Transform Pair: Time and Frequency Domain)

FAST FOURIER TRANSFORMS

(More on Fast Fourier Transforms)

 

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Q1.  Given two complex numbers: C1=2-3i, and C2=1+4i.  The product P=C1*C2 can be computed as

2+5i

-10+5i

-14+5i

14+5i


Q2.  Given the complex number C1=3+4i.  In polar coordinates, the above complex number can be expressed as C1=Ae , where A and θ  is called the amplitude and phase angle of C1, respectively. The amplitude A can be computed as

3

4

5

7


Q3.  Given the complex number C1=3+4i.  In polar coordinates, the above complex number can be expressed as C1=Ae , where A and θ  is called the amplitude and phase angle of C1, respectively. The phase angle θ in radians can be computed as

0.6435

0.9273
2.864
5.454


Q4.  For the complex number C1=-3+4i, the phase angle θ  in radians can be computed as

0.6435

0.9273

1.206

2.2143


Q5 Given the function

 The Fourier transform  which will transform the function from time domain to frequency domain can be computed as

δ(a+t)

e-i(2πf)a

1

δ(t-a)


Q6.  Given the function

.

 The inverse Fourier transform np(t) which will transform the function from frequency domain to time domain can be computed as

eit

e-it

δ(t-0)

e-i(2πf)t

 

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