US T910009 I4
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DEFENSIVE PUBLICATION UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE Published at the request of the applicant or owner in accordance with the Notice of Dec. 16, 1969, 869 O.G. 687. The abstracts of Defensive Publication applications are identified by distinctly numbered series and are arranged chronologically. g The heading of each abstract indicates the number of pages of specification. including claims and sheets of drawings contained in the application as originally filed. The files of these applications are available to the public for inspectionand reproduction may be purchased for 30 cents a sheet.
Defensive Publication applications have not been examined as to the merits of alleged invention. The Patent Oflice makes 1 no assertion as to the novelty of the disclosed subject matter.
PUBLISHED MAY 8, 1973 T910,009 The Fourier transform of a non-periodic wave is cal- SINC/COSINC TRANSFORM-A CONTINUOUS culated by programmed computer using matrix multipli- FOURIER TRANSFORM cation. The non-periodic wave to be transformed is conl APramson, f asslgnor to Interim verted to a staircase waveform where the amplitude of t? g gg ag g g g gg each step in the staircase waveform is the average amplid? 3 4 tude of the original wave. Walsh coefiicients of the stair- CL case Waveform are then computed by matrix multiplica- 10 Sheets Drawing. 57 Pages Specification tion of the Walsh matrix times sample values for the I i wave where the sample values are the various amplitudes CDMBINE COEF of the staircase Wave during separate step or sample inn lglun 72 WITH smE tervals. Thereafter, the continuous Fourier transform of mm i A AND 1 a non-periodic wave is calculated by computing the Fou- P P Q Q' g COMPUTE rier transform of the Walsh functions. The latter coml gg t P u I putation is simplified by multiplying the Walsh coefli- 52 L 1 1 cients by a sine array and a cosine (defined heremafter) POINTSVECTOR array. A further and ultimate simplification of the en- E tire process is accomplished by multiplying the Walsh matrix by an intermingling of the sine and cosine arrays. L The result is a matrix consisting mostly of zeroes and l hereinafter defined as the sine matrix. Multiplication of ggactm 5 the input wave values by the sine matrix will yield di- SET TRF T00 rectly sine/ cosine coeflicients of the Fourier sine/cosine l l I l ZERO FREMERM i transforms for the staircase Waveform that simulates the CALCULATEAND input wave. With the coefiicients of the Fourier sine/ L ADDZERO 85 FREQTERM cosine transforms defined, the Fourier transform at any frequency may be computed.
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L L GMPRD GMPRD /452 L COEF WAVE WAVE .454 smcmmmx WALSH MATRIX= WALSH GOEF GMPRD F860 L5 smc/cosmc ARRAY= L FOURLERCOEF L GMPRD 158 L WAVHWJALSH =SAL&CAL COEFFICIENTS COLLECT CAL COLLECT SAL COEFFICIENTS COEFFICIENTS GMPRD CAL COEFS SING ARRAY =SINE COEF'S SAL COEF'S COSLNC ARRAY L-OS COEFS 0 W73 R. F. ABRAMSON SINC/COSINC TRANSFORM A CONTINUOUS FOUFIIER TRANSFORM Filed July 5, 1972 l0 Sheets-Sheet 9 coIuNN INDEX I 8 0FS|NCMATRlX 0425456789 IND-EX coLuNIN INDEX- 0F INPUT VECTOR [o 'I 557155 oo] INPUTVECTOR may 8 1973 F. ABRAMSON T910909 SINC/COSINC TRANSFORM A CONTINUOU5.FOURIER TRANSFORM l0 Sheets-Sheet 10 Filed July 5, 1972 PRINT FREQ (M), REAL, IMAG REAL=IREAL COEF (1-1) *1/2