# fourier transform integration problem

• Apr 6th 2012, 07:01 PM
zak9000
fourier transform integration problem
The problem is t(x)=I(0)exp(-a(x)) which is also roughly equal to =I(0)[1-a(x)] but what if we have s(x)=t(xo-m*cos(wt))

find the fourier transform of s(x):
which is given by:
S(y)= int(s(x)*exp(-i*x*y))dx
= int(t(xo-m*cos(wt)*exp(-i*xo*y))dxo
and now is where i get lost the next line in the solution is:
= exp(-i*m*y*cos(wt))*int(t(xo)*exp(-i*xo*y))dxo
i dont understand how they took out the mcos(wt) from the integration, can someone help giving me direction to get to this line before continuing
• Apr 7th 2012, 07:45 AM
girdav
Re: fourier transform integration problem
Your post is difficult to read. Can you rewrite it using Latex?
• Apr 7th 2012, 03:39 PM
zak9000
Re: fourier transform integration problem
$t(x)=I(0)e^-^a^(^x^) =I(0)[1-a(x)]$

we have we have $s(x)=t(xo-mcos(wt))$

fourier transform
$\int s(x)e^-^i^x^y dx =\int t(xo-mcos(wt))e^-^i^x^o^y dxo$
$e^-^i^y^m^c^o^s^w^t \int t(xo)e^-^i^x^o^y dxo$ this is the line i am lost line ,i dont understand how they took out the mcos(wt) from the integration, can someone help giving me direction to get to this line before continuing