Example of Computation of inverse Fourier transform (CT signals)

A practice problem on CT Fourier transform



$ X(\omega) = 2\pi e^{4j\omega}\, $

We kenw that the Fourier transformation of $ x(t - t_o)\, $ is equal to $ e^{-j\omega t_o} X(\omega)\, $

Using this property, we can solve the question

$ X(\omega) = 2\pi e^{4j\omega} Y(\omega)\, $ where $ Y(\omega) = 1\, $

$ y(t) = \delta(t)\, $

$ x(t) = \frac{1}{2\pi} \int^{\infty}_{-\infty}2\pi e^{4j\omega} Y(\omega) dw\, $

$ x(t) = \int^{\infty}_{-\infty}e^{4j\omega} Y(\omega) dw\, $

$ x(t) = \hat{f} (e^{4j\omega } Y(\omega))\, $

$ x(t) = \delta(t+4)\, $



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