Lecture 28: Shift Theorem In Higher Dimensions
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If you make a shift by B then that corresponds to E to the minus 2 pie ISB, that’s the phase shift times the Fourier Transform of the original function. All right. That’s easy result. That’s one of the very first results that we proved when we were talking about general properties of the Fourier Transform and it follows, like many other formulas, just by making a change of variable in the interval that defines it. All right. Interval defines a Fourier Transform. ...
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