The function opposite shows a double pulse. Its spectrum falls
within a wavepacket envelope and has an
appearance similar to the familiar 2 slit interference pattern.
The applet below shows the spectrum and reconstruction of a
double periodic pulse.
Fn Changes the function of the applet.
Fn = 1 shows the double pulse. The reconstructed
waveform is in green, cyan and pink shows the even (f(t) = f(-t))
and odd (f(t) = - f(-t))
parts of the pulse.
Fn = 2 to 12 show special cases of Fn = 1.
Parameters a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h can be changed by scrollbars 2 to 9.
ns changes the number of terms summed.
t shows the error at any time within a period.
Ev,OddGn changes the gain of the even/odd spectrum.
MagGn changes the gain of the magnitude spectrum.
ErrGain changes the gain of the error.
Fn = 13 shows the double pulse. The reconstructed
waveform is in green, pink magenta and blue
shows the half wave symmetric(f(t) = - f(t + T/2)) and asymmetric
(f(t) = f(t + T/2))
parts of the pulse.
Fn = 14 to 20 show special cases of Fn = 13.
Fn = 21 shows the expression used for the
Fourier Series.