Hi all,

Can anybody help me to find fourier transform of zero indexed besselj function with respect to x? The besselj parameter is a*sqrt(b^2+x^2).

Thanks a lot.

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- Apr 9th 2011, 11:02 AMOkyanusFourier transform of besselj function
Hi all,

Can anybody help me to find fourier transform of zero indexed besselj function with respect to x? The besselj parameter is a*sqrt(b^2+x^2).

Thanks a lot. - Apr 10th 2011, 12:30 AMojones
Start with the integral representation for $\displaystyle J_0(x)$. Then short-cut the calculation using distribution theory; in particular the dirac delta function.