## What is amplitude and phase spectrum of Fourier series?

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Two-Sided Spectra The exponential Fourier series representation of a periodic function x(t) has amplitude coefficients Cn which are complex and can be represented by magnitude and phase. Hence, we can plot the amplitude spectrum (|Cn| versus ω) and the phase spectrum (∠Cnversusω).

### What is the amplitude of a Fourier series?

A graph of the amplitude of the Fourier components is known as the spectrum of the wave form. Figure 3: The amplitude of the sine waves at each frequency for a square wave. So what does the Fourier transform really mean?

**How do you find the amplitude spectrum of a Fourier series?**

The shape of the amplitude spectrum is determined by the function sin( f ) f π τ π τ . the single rectangular pulse of width τ contains all frequencies between 0 and ∞. the relative amplitudes (ignoring the overall amplitude factor) of these frequencies is given by the function sin( f ) f π τ π τ .

**What is amplitude and phase?**

The Amplitude is the height from the center line to the peak (or to the trough). Or we can measure the height from highest to lowest points and divide that by 2. The Phase Shift is how far the function is shifted horizontally from the usual position.

## What is amplitude of spectrum?

1. Square root of a power spectrum. For a given signal (amplitude varying with time), the power spectrum gives a plot of the portion of a signal’s power (energy per unit time) falling within given frequency bins.

### What is phase in Fourier Transform?

The phase of a signal generally refers to the timing of the signal (or how two sinusoids line up) as you posted in your question. But you are asking about the phase of a signal in the frequency domain (i.e., after an FFT operation). The FFT function computes an N-point complex DFT.

**What is a phase spectrum?**

The phase spectrum specifies the phase of signal components as a function of. component frequency. This phase is measured with respect to a cosine reference.

**What is meant by phase and phase difference?**

Summary. Phase: The position of the moving particle of a waveform is called “Phase” and is measured in “Radians or degrees”. Phase difference: The time interval by which a wave leads by or lags by another wave is called “Phase difference” or “Phase angle”. It is defined by ‘Φ’.

## What is the spectrum of a square wave?

Frequency spectrum of a signal is the range of frequencies contained by a signal. For example, a square wave is shown in Fig. 3.5A. It can be represented by a series of sine waves, S(t) = 4A/π sin(2πft) + 4A/3π sin(2π(3f)t) + 4A/5π sin(2π(5f)t + …)

### What is meant by Fourier spectrum?

[‚fu̇r·ē‚ā ‚spek·trəm] (physics) A plot of the magnitude and phase of the Fourier transform of a function.

**What is the phase spectrum?**

**What is the Fourier series coefficient?**

• The Fourier Series coefficients can be expressed in terms of magnitude and phase. – Magnitude is independent of time (phase) shifts of x(t) – The magnitude squared of a given Fourier Series coefficient corresponds to the power present at the corresponding frequency. • The Fourier Transform was briefly introduced.

## What is the frequency domain of the Fourier transform?

Spatial Domain Frequency Domain f(t) F (u ) 1 if a=2 t a=2 0 otherwise sinc (a u ) =sin (a u ) a u The Fourier Transform: Examples, Properties, Common Pairs Square Pulse The Fourier Transform: Examples, Properties, Common Pairs Triangle Spatial Domain Frequency Domain f(t) F (u ) 1 j tj if a t a 0 otherwise sinc2(a u )

### What is the Fourier transform for complex numbers?

The Fourier Transform: Examples, Properties, Common Pairs Magnitude and Phase Remember: complex numbers can be thought of as (real,imaginary) or (magnitude,phase). Magnitude: jF j =

**What is the difference between Sines transform and Fourier transform?**

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