Trigonometric splines in spectral problems

10/02/2019
by   V. P. Denysiuk, et al.
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Some questions of application of trigonometric splines in problems of spectral analysis are considered. The known effects of overlay in the frequency and time domains are discussed; deployment effects in these areas are firstly considered. The relation between discrete Fourier coefficients and Fourier coefficients of trigonometric splines was obtained. The expediency of taking into account the differential properties of the investigated signals that are losing during the primary sampling is shown.

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