[chuck-users] Using Fourier Transform

Lucas Zawacki lfzawacki at gmail.com
Mon Jan 17 22:55:01 EST 2011

Many thanks! I'll try hard to study it all.

2011/1/17 Anthony Bowyer-Lowe <anthony at lowbroweye.com>:
> Those are some great FFT resources, Rebecca - thanks for sharing! I also
> wholeheartedly second the recommendation for the DSP Primer book.
> In addition, I have linked the following FFT overviews to people who are
> intimidated by articles that lean towards the more academic end of the
> spectrum:
> 1. The DFT "à pied": Mastering the Fourier Transform in on
> day: http://www.dspdimension.com/admin/dft-a-pied/
> (The author of this article acknowledges that it'll take more than one day
> to truly grok DFT.)
> 2. Katja's homepage on sinusoids, complex numbers and
> modulation: http://www.katjaas.nl/home/home.html
> (Katja uses wooden anatomical dolls and photos to reinforce the mathematical
> relationships between complex numbers, sinusoidal waveforms, etc - useful
> for building up mental models)
> Cheers,
> Anthony.
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