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Topic: ifft
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Re: ifft
Posted: Apr 2, 2013 8:44 AM
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I'm not an engineer so the snide comment is was wasted. Come out of your parent's basement sometime and get some fresh air.

"Greg Heath" <> wrote in message <kje429$lsm$>...
> TideMan <> wrote in message <>...
> > On Tuesday, April 2, 2013 2:13:12 PM UTC+13, Jeremy wrote:
> > > Having extreme difficulty getting an audio signal back to the time domain using the ifft function. I think it is related to the imaginary (phase) information when reconstructing the signal...any help would be appreciated
> >
> > How on earth do you expect to get help with the amount of information you have given us?
> > With my crystal ball in for service at present, the only help I can suggest is to type
> > help ifft
> > and read the information very carefully.

> You are very lucky to be able to have it serviced. I dropped mine and it broke into more pieces than I could ever hope to glue together.
> Oh sigh,
> Greg

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