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# Test: Continuous Time Fourier Transformer (CTFT)- 1

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### The fourier transform of real value time signal has

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The signal x(t) is a real and odd function of ‘t’ the x(ω) is

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A linear system has the transfer function When it is subjected to an input white noise process with a constant spectral dencity ‘A’ the spectral density of the output will be

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The auto -correlation of a wide sense stationary random process is given by e-2|τ|. The peak valve of the spectral density is

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Which one of the following is the correct fourier transform of the unit step signal?
u(t) = 1 for t > 0
= 0 for t < 0

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The fourier transform of a conjugate symmetric function is always

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The inverse fourier transform of sgn(f)

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Fourier transform f(jω) of an arbitrary signal has the property

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