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Obtaining fourier transform for Root Raised Cosine pulse
I have been trying to obtain the Fourier transform for time domain root-raised-cosine pulse using Mathematica. The answer I'm getting from Mathematica is not the correct answer. When I input the ...
Apr 4 '13 at 13:21
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