The DFT Approximation to the Fourier Transform
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Question 1 of 4
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Which of the following steps are involved in using the DFT to approximate the FT? Select all that apply.
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Sampling the DFT at a dense set of frequencies reduces the error in approximating the FT that is introduced by truncating the signal in time.
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The error introduced to the FT approximation due to sampling the signal in time can be reduced by increasing the sampling frequency.
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Truncating the signal in the time domain makes the number of samples finite, but causes the underlying DTFT to be smeared by a sinc function.
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