One Technique to Enhance the Resolution of Discrete Fourier Transform
AbstractDiscrete Fourier transform (DFT) is a common analysis tool in digital signal processing. This transform is well studied and its shortcomings are known as well. Various window functions (e.g., Hanning, Blackman, Kaiser) are often used to reduce sidelobes and to spread the spectrum. In this paper, we introduce a transformation that allows removing the sidelobes of the Fourier transform and increasing the resolution of the DFT without changing the time sample. The proposed method is based on signal phase analysis. We give the comparison of the proposed approach with known methods based on window functions. The advantages and disadvantages of the proposed technique are explicitly shown. We also give a set of examples illustrating the application of our technique in some practical applications, including engine vibration analysis and a short-range radar system. View Full-Text
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Kanatov, I.; Kaplun, D.; Butusov, D.; Gulvanskii, V.; Sinitca, A. One Technique to Enhance the Resolution of Discrete Fourier Transform. Electronics 2019, 8, 330.
Kanatov I, Kaplun D, Butusov D, Gulvanskii V, Sinitca A. One Technique to Enhance the Resolution of Discrete Fourier Transform. Electronics. 2019; 8(3):330.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kanatov, Ivan; Kaplun, Dmitry; Butusov, Denis; Gulvanskii, Viacheslav; Sinitca, Aleksander. 2019. "One Technique to Enhance the Resolution of Discrete Fourier Transform." Electronics 8, no. 3: 330.
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