## 2933mhz vs 3000mhz

So i am trying to calculate the fourier transform of this waveform. I have made an attempt at it but i dont think its right: S(t) = 1000t The integral of: 1000t*e^-jwt dt , with the limits: 0 to 1x10^-3

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Oct 02, 2017 · In Fourier analysis, a Fourier series is a method of representing a function in terms of trigonometric functions. Fourier series are extremely prominent in signal analysis and in the study of partial differential equations, where they appear in solutions to Laplace's equation and the wave equation.

A set of animation showing a geometric representation of the the Discrete Fourier Transform and how to use it to draw closed curves with epicycles.

Sisemore, Carl, Harvie, Julie Marie, and Skousen, Troy J. Calculation of the Dissipated Energy Spectrum from a Fourier Amplitude Spectrum..United States: N. p., 2016.