## Which one is the Fourier transform pair of rectangular pulse?

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The Fourier transform of a rectangular pulse for a period t = − T 2 t o t = T 2 .

## What is Fourier transform of sinc pulse?

The normalized sinc function is the Fourier transform of the rectangular function with no scaling. It is used in the concept of reconstructing a continuous bandlimited signal from uniformly spaced samples of that signal.

**What is the spectrum of a pulse?**

The harmonic spectrum of a pulse wave is determined by the duty cycle. Acoustically, the rectangular wave has been described variously as having a narrow/thin, nasal/buzzy/biting, clear, resonant, rich, round and bright sound. Pulse waves are used in many Steve Winwood songs, such as “While You See a Chance”.

### What is the Fourier transform of the signal x t )= 1 ΠT?

Answer: The fourier transform of the signal x(t)=1/πt is 1j.

### How does rect function work?

The Rect Function is a function which produces a rectangular-shaped pulse with a width of 1 centered at t = 0. The Rect function pulse also has a height of 1. The Sinc function and the rectangular function form a Fourier transform pair.

**How do you find the Fourier transform of a square pulse?**

We will write the square pulse or box function as rect_T (t), indicating that the rectangle function is equal to 1 for a period of T (from – T /2 to + T /2) and 0 elsewhere: The Fourier Transform of g (t) is G (f),and is plotted in Figure 2 using the result of equation [2].

## What are the Fourier transform pairs for impulse function?

Common Fourier transform pairs. (A) A Dirac impulse function in the time domain is represented by all frequencies in the frequency domain. (B) This relationship can be reversed to show that a DC component in the time domain generates an impulse function at a frequency of zero.

## What is the Fourier transform of the box function?

The sinc function is the Fourier Transform of the box function. To learn some things about the Fourier Transform that will hold in general, consider the square pulses defined for T=10, and T=1. These functions along with their Fourier Transforms are shown in Figures 3 and 4, for the amplitude A =1.

**What is the Fourier transform of G (T)?**

The Fourier Transform of g (t) is G (f),and is plotted in Figure 2 using the result of equation [2]. Figure 2. The sinc function is the Fourier Transform of the box function. To learn some things about the Fourier Transform that will hold in general, consider the square pulses defined for T=10, and T=1.