Amisha posted an Question
January 26, 2021 • 10:28 am 30 points
  • CSIR NET
  • Physical Sciences

+1, for t>0 and its fourier transform q29. the heaviside function is defined as h(1)={ for t<0 is given by -2i/o. the fourier transform of h+1/2)- h((-1/2)] is

+1, for t>0 and its Fourier transform Q29. The Heaviside function is defined as H(1)={ for t<0 is given by -2i/o. The Fourier transform of H+1/2)- H((-1/2)] is sin (a) sin (d) 0 (b)

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    Lekhika Best Answer

    I've shown the two ways to solve this problem. pls see the attachment.

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