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Fourier Transform of a Square Wave

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A square pulse of height H extends from . Find its Fourier transform.
The given function is called a "rectangle function" and it is defined as x(t)= H* rect(t/A). This function is also called the "unit gate function".

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A square pulse of height H extends from . Find its Fourier transform.
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STEP 1: The given function is called a "rectangle function" and it is defined as x(t)= H* rect(t/A). This function is also called the "unit gate function".

STEP 2: Find the Fourier transform of ...

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The solution provides a step-by-step solution to determine the Fourier transform of the square wave using integrals.

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