F fannushofi Dec 2014 4 0 Surabaya Dec 15, 2014 #1 I want to ask you how to calculate the Inverse Fourier Transform (IFT) of where, so the IFT is, assume that . So, from here I can't go further, because I have trouble how to integrate that function with the limitation. Anyone can help me?? Thx

I want to ask you how to calculate the Inverse Fourier Transform (IFT) of where, so the IFT is, assume that . So, from here I can't go further, because I have trouble how to integrate that function with the limitation. Anyone can help me?? Thx

skeeter MHF Helper Jun 2008 16,217 6,765 North Texas Dec 16, 2014 #2 Duplicate post ... http://mathhelpforum.com/calculus/237820-inverse-fourier-transform.html