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ECE425 FALL 2006 Lab 1 Using the FFT to Study Resampling and Modulation Properties Introduction: In this lab you will learn how to use the FFT to calculate the DTFT and to apply this to a study of resampling and modulation. RESAMPLING BY 4 – AN EXAMPLE PROGRAM Run the following program. It will be useful for you to actually type it in in order for you to be most familiar with the code. % A triangular spectrum and the corresponding signal X=[6 5 4 3 2 1 zeros(1,49) 1 2 3 4 5 ]; x=real(ifft(X)); % Generate the resampling sequence for n=1:60 s(n)=0; for k=0:3 s(n) = s(n) + exp(j*2*pi*(n-1)*k/4); end end s=real(s)/4; % Resample the signal xs=s.*x; XS=real(fft(xs));
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figure(1) % plot X , the FFT subplot(221) stem([0:59],X) axis([-4 64 -2 8]); % plot to look like DTFT subplot(222) plot([0:1/60:1],[X X(1)]) axis([-.05 1.05 -2 8]); grid %plot XS, the FFT subplot(223) stem([0:59],XS) axis([-4 64 -.5 2]); % plot to look like DTFT subplot(224) plot([0:1/60:1],[XS XS(1)]) axis([-.05 1.05 -.5 2]);
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