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FFT in MATLAB

FFT in MATLAB

FFT in MATLAB

(OP)
Hi all,

I would like to do a FFT in MATLAB. I have two vectors, one time and the other the actual signal. How can I do this?

Another problem I hav is how do I get a overline in a label? Tried using Latex code but I'm not sure how to use it.


Greetings

PS Using matlab 7.4.0 (R2007a)

RE: FFT in MATLAB

Have you looked at the matlab help page for the fft function. It has an example of exactly what you are trying to do.

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Dr Michael F Platten

RE: FFT in MATLAB

(OP)
thanks all of you, I already saw that specific tech. It uses a frequency as the time input while I have a vector with timestamps. I'll try to rewrite it.
Can anybody help me with my Matlab LaTeX compatibility? basicly I want to hev a Latex formula in the ylabel.

regards, Ruud

RE: FFT in MATLAB

(OP)
thanks a lot! :D

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