The IFFT of the PSD of a signal is the autocorrelation function (ACF) of
the
original time-domain signal.

Mark Egler
Analogic

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> Subject: [matlab] y-axis of IFFT
> I have a question. There is a signal which x-axis is freq. and y-axis
> is Power Spectrum Density. After convert this freq. domain signal to
> time domain(using IFFT), the x-axis is time, how about the unit in y-
> axis?
> Thank you.

Reply by poochix●March 11, 20022002-03-11

Should be the autocorrelation function R of the signal.

Poochi

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> I have a question. There is a signal which x-axis
is freq. and y-axis
> is Power Spectrum Density. After convert this freq. domain signal to
> time domain(using IFFT), the x-axis is time, how about the unit in y-
> axis?
> Thank you.
>
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I have a question. There is a signal which x-axis is freq. and y-axis
is Power Spectrum Density. After convert this freq. domain signal to
time domain(using IFFT), the x-axis is time, how about the unit in y-
axis?
Thank you.