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FFT explanation for non math guys
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2002-10-28, 20:24
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Kevin
Aug 2002
Ann Arbor, MI
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I believe for the example given, a FFT size of 2 was used. The general formula uses cos(pi/n)+i sin(pi/n) , which reduces to i for a FFT size of 2.
P.S. I'm only 15. Guess I'm not the only young cruncher around here.
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