I was wondering if anyone could shed some light on this problem. I have placed two accelerometers on an animal one sampling at 50 Hz the other at 100 Hz. They were placed in the same position. I then ...
I am a bachelor physics student and as an assignment we had to perform measurements on an FT spectroscopy setup. Context. Our setup consisted of a Michelson interferometer through which the light ...
Fourier transformation, electric field and magnetic field to have a shielding lattice against particles
With Fourier-Series Expansion, we can write a function as sum of many non-repating different frequncied different amplituded sine and cosine functions. Lets assume we know electric-field and ...
I was doing experiments of measuring sonic velocity and I generate pulse waves from sensor 1, but when they are received by sensor 2, I saw wave packets on the oscilloscope, can you explain why? I was ...
How to design an experiment that shows that a rectangular pulse can be expressed as a series of infinite sinusoids?
Is it possible to design a physical experiment that shows that a time limited signal, such as a rectangular pulse is composed of infinite continuous sine/cosine waves?
Power spectra, coherence spectra, and linear transfer functions are ubiquitous tools of experimental physics. However, our instruments often retain small nonlinear effects which can contaminate ...