How to verify the discrete-time convolution theorem with Matlab
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My idea is to first get the time-domain convolution result of the output signal y1, and then perform fft on it to get the y1_f spectrum. Then I get the spectrum x1_f of the input signal and the frequency response h1_f, the product of the two should be equal to y1_f. But the results I get are very unsatisfactory.The picture is as follows:
Harsh Kumar 2023-6-4
编辑：Harsh Kumar 2023-6-8
As per my understanding ,you are using two different methods to determine the Fast Fourier Transform of a function but it does not gave the same results .
The potential cause of the mismatch of above results is the missing "scaling" factor when you are calculating x1_f from h1_f x y1_f. In FT the multiplication property states that ,
FT (x(t)∗y(t)) ⟷ (1/2π) X(ω).Y(ω)
Here 1/2π is the scaling factor which is 1/N in case of DTFT/fft .
The correct equation may be rewritten as :
x1_f= 1/N* h1_f * y1_f where * is simple multiplication not convolution operator.
Linear convolution in the frequency domain using fft requires zero padding the sequences before taking the FFTs and multiplying. If the sequences are each of length N, the FFTs should be zero padded to at least 2*N-1. Here's an example.
N = 10;
x1 = rand(1,N);
h1 = rand(1,N);
y1 = conv(x1,h1);
x1fft = fft(x1,2*N-1);
h1fft = fft(h1,2*N-1);
y1f = ifft(x1fft.*h1fft);
% verify that y1 and y1f are "the same"