Scope Splitting in the Comparative

@inproceedings{Schwarzschild2004ScopeSI,
  title={Scope Splitting in the Comparative},
  author={Roger Schwarzschild},
  year={2004}
}
Apparatus and methods for deriving in essentially real time unweighted and weighted continuous electrical representations of the Fourier transform and/or the inverse Fourier transform of a complex waveform. In performing the Fourier transform, the input waveform is sampled at the Nyquist sampling rate and the samples stored in respective sample-and-hold circuits. These samples are applied to signal generating circuitry for deriving harmonically related time-varying cosine and sine signals… CONTINUE READING

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