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Kaiser Window Transform
This Demonstration investigates the frequency-domain properties of the Kaiser window, a useful tool in signal processing.
Contributed by:
Jeff Bryant
Based on a program by:
Julius O. Smith
Modified by:
Faisal Mohamed
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The Kaiser window is defined by the formula:
The Fourier transform of the Kaiser window
(where
is treated as continuous) is:
where
is the modified Bessel function of the first kind of zero order.
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Kaiser Window Transform
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/KaiserWindowTransform/
Contributed by:
Jeff Bryant
Based on a program by:
Julius O. Smith
Modified by:
Faisal Mohamed
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