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Topic: [?] Padded FFTs
Replies: 1   Last Post: Jun 28, 1996 6:25 PM

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Simon A Watts

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[?] Padded FFTs
Posted: Jun 28, 1996 11:59 AM
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The standard FFT function allows the length of the FFT to be specified, ie;
>> y = fft(x,1024);which pad 'x' with zeros to the length 1024 (or truncates).

Is the padding done by extending the size of the matix, or is it incorporated into
the algorithm?

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