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mini
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Fourier shift theorem
Posted:
Dec 10, 2012 6:22 PM


Dear all,
I'm currently trying to understand the 2d fourier shift theorem.
According to what I've learnd so far a translation in the image space leads to differences in phase but not the magnitude in frequency space.
I tried to demonstrate this with a little example but it only worked for shifts in rows but not in columns. Here's the little demo (I'm only showing the magnitude plots here)
clear all close all Iin = zeros(128); Iin(10:20,10:20)=1; figure,imagesc(Iin) Y = fft(Iin); figure, imagesc(fftshift(log10(abs(Y))));
Iin = zeros(128); Iin(10:20,20:30)=1; figure,imagesc(Iin) Y = fft(Iin); figure, imagesc(fftshift(log10(abs(Y))));
Iin = zeros(128); Iin(20:30,10:20)=1; figure,imagesc(Iin) Y = fft(Iin); figure, imagesc(fftshift(log10(abs(Y))));
In my opinion all 3 magnitude plots should yield the same result. Can anyone explain me what I'm doing wrong here?
thank you very much for your help, best regards, Mini


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