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New York City College of Technology Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering Technology Department Signals and Systems EET - 3102 E255 Spring 2019 Lab report #8: Experiment #12 - The Fourier Transform Basics Instructor: Prof. Chuck Moy Student: Paul Barron 23539521 Date of Submission: May 20th, 2019
Table of Contents Objective of Experiment 3 Equipment 3 Reading Assignments 3 Theory 3 MATLab Software 3 Procedure/Results 4 Run #I 5 Run #III 11 Run #V 13 Run #VI 16 Analysis and Conclusion 18 References 19
Objective of Experiment The objectives of this exercise are: To gain further experience drawing/plotting functions (using Matlab) in the time as well as the frequency domains To gain experience in analyzing arbitrary functions in the time as well as in the frequency domains using the Fourier transform To be able to determine /evaluate using Matlab the direct Fourier transform as well as the inverse Fourier transform of arbitrary functions. To be able to obtain plots of the spectrums of arbitrary time functions (magnitude and phase plots) To be able to evaluate power and energy of arbitrary non-periodic functions, in time as well as in the frequency domain Equipment Computer MATLab Reading Assignments M. kalechman, Practical Matlab Applications for Engineers, CRC PRESS, 2009, Read: R1.105 /R.1.118, and R1.139/R.1.161. Theory MATLab Software MATLAB (matrix laboratory) is a multi-paradigm numerical computing environment and fourth-generation programming language. Developed by MathWorks, MATLAB allows matrix manipulations, plotting of functions and data, implementation of algorithms, creation of user interfaces, and interfacing with programs written in other languages, including C, C++, Java, Fortran and Python.