Reply by Clay S. Turner November 27, 20032003-11-27
Hello,

Run N samples (numbered 0 thru N-1) thru the Goertzel. Then run one more
sample with value zero into the Goertzel, then the output is the DFT. Look
at O&S for details.

Clay



"sergiohdezm" <sergiohdezm@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hi, I don&#2013266100;t know how to interpretate the output of the Goertzel > algorithm. It is either y(N)=X(k) or y(N-1)=X(k), but I don't know > what the correct is. > > Thanks a lot.
Reply by sergiohdezm November 27, 20032003-11-27
Hi, I don&#2013266100;t know how to interpretate the output of the Goertzel
algorithm. It is either y(N)=X(k) or y(N-1)=X(k), but I don't know
what the correct is.

Thanks a lot.